Troy awards scholarships to outstanding 3

One of Troy Polamalu’s last duties before he departs the island tonight was to award scholarships to three high school students who were outstanding in the football, volleyball and academic camps for the FaaSamoa Initiative.   

Victims get word out about scammer

There’s a man going around government offices scamming money from people. 

Polynesian struggling to meet demand

Getting delegates to church conferences, teams to the Pacific Games and spectators for the historic match between the Manu Samoa and the All Blacks is keeping Polynesian Airlines busy.  

Post Office will be opened Friday

While Friday is a federal holiday for Independence Day,  the Pago Pago Post Office will be opened normal hours from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Friday, July 3rd. 

Workshop on coral diseases

Just like human beings need to take care of their health, coral reefs also need protection from diseases.   

High Court dismisses rape case

The High Court has granted the government's motion to dismiss a criminal case against a man charged with raping a woman twice, once while holding a knife to her neck.   

Chamber asked to assess impact of wage hike

The governor has asked the Chamber of Commerce to provide its assessment of the financial impact to the private sector if hourly wages are hiked by 50 cents.  

GSA wins bid for new school buses & vans

The General Services Administration, the contracting arm of the federal government, has been awarded the bid to supply new school buses and vans for the Department of Education.
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