Police believe the women put the clothes into a large purse and left without paying for them.
Bishop George Murry has been appointed by Pope Francis as one of the U.S. bishops to attend the Synod on the Family.
While the job market is shrinking in many fields, careers in nursing seem to be expanding.
Dr. Joe Yurich filed a written waiver of appearance for an arraignment scheduled for Tuesday in Mahoning County Court.
A jury was seated and the trail began Tuesday for a Canfield teacher accused of domestic violence.
A Farrell woman was arrested early Tuesday morning after police say she stabbed a man during a dispute.
Danyell Florida and Kalene Bartlett live in Columbus.
The state school board meets for the first time since lawmakers, teachers’ unions and others have called for an independent investigation.
The lawsuit alleges that women were groped, propositioned for sex and subjected to lewd comments about their bodies.
A demolition crew from the city of Youngstown will tear down what’s left of two vacant homes. The structures caught fire Monday night.
A Youngstown man is recovering from minor burns after his cigarette ignited the bed he was in.
Off the field, the athletic trainer said he is not sure how long Devin’s recovery process will be.
One issue would allow recreational marijuana use, but the other issue would take away most of the framework of that law.
The county bar association donated a portrait of the former judge to the courts.
The company has gathered some stats that they hope will show parents and kids how important it is to stay safe online.
Barry Dyngles in Austintown has been hosting the Queen of Hearts game since October of 2014, without having a jackpot winner.
The executive director of Easter Seals said one of the biggest hurdles for those with disabilities is finding employment.
Now, the resurfacing project will be postponed until 2016.
Mike DeWine said that callers are pretending to be grandchildren in need.
brian Newhard worked with both Jackson Township and Mill Creek Park Police.