Performance audit of DoH CARES funds targets a number of deficiencies
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — “After the fact purchases,” maintaining “supporting documentation is very poor” and the high number of vendors who were paid in advance — were among the finding
Accused in alleged 2021 police brutality incident appear in High Court
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The four police officers accused in an alleged police brutality case back in 2021 and charged in November last year appeared in the High Court, for their pre-tr
Local DHSS issued nearly $6 million in P-EBT benefits to eligible families
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — To date, the government has issued a total of $5,725,265 million in Summer P-EBT benefits to 12,584 school children from 5,761 households since benefits were fi
STA looks at marketing to the lucrative Chinese tourist population
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Samoa Tourism Authority has appointed Hong Kong-based Travel Focus to market the destination — Samoa — for Hong Kong, Macau and China.
Friday is deadline for Flag Day 2023 Food Vendors to register
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — The Office of Disaster Assistance and Petroleum Management (ODAPM), charged with overseeing the Flag Day 2023 Food Vendors, is expecting to see more vendor regi
Bedridden man dies in house fire
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — A 78-year-old bedridden man was killed in a fire, Tuesday morning in Ili’ili.
This was confirmed by police officers at the scene.
Senator sponsors bill to eliminate “team" voting for Gov & Lt. Gov
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — Senator Soliai Tuipine Fuimaono is sponsoring a bill seeking to amend election laws and create “separate election races” for Governor and Lt. Governor.
Olosega Elementary students photo & caption
The Olosega Elementary school participants, parents, and teachers bowed their heads in prayer, before their flight to Tutuila to participate in the Islandwide History Day.