Hundreds of school supplies such as notebooks, pencils, line paper and school bags were handed out to more than 500 participants of the 2017 FFAS Summer Youth League that ended on July 15, 2017.
Because several winning bidders have been unable to cough up the remaining 90% of their total bid package submitted on items that were up for sale during the government auction two weeks ago, an ex
ANOTHER DROP IN FUEL PRICES FOR AMERICAN SAMOA —
SAMOA FROZEN AGRO-EXPORTS NOT EXCLUSIVE TO TARO —
Frozen taro is not the only export agro commodity on demand overseas.
Undercover News reported this week that prosecutors in the tuna price-fixing case say fining Bumble Bee Foods more than $25 million would "jeopardize" the firm's future and suggested giving the com
From exciting site visits to learning about traditional Samoan taro planting methods, the three dozen kids currently participating in the 2017 Summer F.I.T.
Expansion of national marine sanctuaries as well as prohibition placed on fishing in the high seas are two federal policies that Gov.
American Samoa’s population has a slight increase of 100 persons since July last year, according to the “2017 Mid-Year Population estimate” released early this week by t
Some of the girls learning how to play the ukulele at the Jean P. Haydon Museum during the Summer Cultural Maintenance Program being hosted by the American Samoa Council on Arts and Humanities.
O le fa’aiuga a le Fa’atonusili o le Ofisa o Fa’atoaga a Amerika Samoa e taofia ai le toe auina mai o le talo mai Samoa, talu ai ripoti i le i ai lea o le siama ua a’afia ai le talo a Samoa, na tau