On Sept. 29, 2009 at 6:38 a.m. — a strong 8.1 earthquake shook the Samoan islands and was followed some 15 to 20 minutes later by the most devastating tsunami ever to hit the Samoan islands. With towering waves, the tsunami killed 34 people in American Samoa (3 of whom were never found).
The manager of a beach resort on Samoa's south coast says today was like a Sunday as her village remembered the victims of the 2009 tsunami.
Not that I think the public or media will ever get the full story of what’s going on with American Samoa TeleCommunications Authority (ASTCA): Where is it getting the money to pay for the Tui Cable
I am writing this letter in response to the article concerning the recent start of firearm training for our police officers.
A large portion has been expended of the $78.91 million in revenues the government received from the sale of American Samoa Economic Development Authority (ASEDA) bonds, with just over $15 million
Administrators and officials from public and private schools attended a meeting Wednesday morning at the Gov. H.
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Congresswoman Amata joined a bipartisan congressional delegation of the island territories insisting on financing and assistance for disasters affecting U.S.
House Speaker Savali Talavou Ale has accepted a recommendation from the President and the Board of Directors of the Territorial Bank of American Samoa (TBAS), for a closed-door hearing with faipule
As American Samoa remembers the devastating tsunami of September 2009, Gov.