Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Oregon Army National Guard continues to help American Samoa’s students fulfill their dreams of attending college.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — With weather forecast to improve today, the government is deploying teams to conduct damage assessments territory-wide after damaging winds and heavy rain bomba
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Until the weather improves — and for the safety of the general public — the Department of Human and Social Services (DHSS) will suspend providing tent services
Second graders from Pavaiai Elementary School got to visit the police substation in Tafuna last week during a special field trip that coincides with their current lesson plan, which focuses on “com
E 20 masina lea ua faasala ai i le Toese i Tafuna le ali’i e 40 tausaga le matua, lea ua ta’usala i lona faia o uiga mataga i lona niece e 16 tausaga le matua i le tausaga na te’a nei.
TAPUNIA AOGA - ASO LUA & LULU MATAGI MALOLOSI MA LOLOGA
In response to the headline - “Lemanu and Talauega are officially on the Nov 3rd ballot” - in yesterday’s front page print edition, Chief election officer, Dr.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Torrential rain and gusty high winds continued throughout the 3-day weekend, Monday was a federal holiday — President’s Day — that allowed many to stay home safely.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — During the 12:01a.m Feb.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A 40-year-old man convicted of having a sexual relationship with his 16-year-old niece is ordered to depart the territory and remain outside of its borders as a