The American Samoa Culinary Academy held their second graduation yesterday morning at the Fa’atamalii Center, in Malaeimi, with 27 graduates ready to hit the food industry with their new skills an
The peace and joy of the season is reflected in the faces at the annual Christmas Program. Gov. Togiola, on behalf of Lt. Gov.
A huge crowd turned out to see Lani Wendt Young's novel, Telesa: The Covenant Keeper launched in Auckland on Tuesday night, December 13.
Motorists in the territory should see a big drop in retail gasoline prices once the new maximum allowable price (MAP), or wholesale price goes into effect tomorrow, and the decrease comes just in
American Samoa Power Authority maintains that the media—referring to Samoa News —incorrectly reported that ASPA had an $8 million surplus for FY 2011, while at the same time, ASPA’s chief financia
Samoa News welcomes you to our new website with a tip on how to navigate the archies. Here’s what we've learned about getting around in the archives and reading the stories from a chosen day.
With NATO forces looking to wind down their Afghanistan combat mission in 2014, Command Sergeant Major Charles Tobin will soon be relinquishing his post in Kabul, Afghanistan as the CAAT Senior En
Gov. Togiola Tulafono has ordered all flags to be flown half staff for two days starting today in “remembrance” of the late Sen. Amituana’i Eteuati Sr.
LBJ Medical Center has set aside more than half a million dollars in expenditures to resolve a Wage & Hour issue with the U.S.
The more than $24 million the U.S.