February 9, 2016


Brunswick business helps mourners pay final respects at lower cost

Mark and Debbie Bollinger operate Bollinger Funeral Goods and Services, 3325 Center Road, Brunswick. The shop sells caskets, urns and headstones at reduced prices. Mark Bollinger said the only different between other funeral homes and his is that he can't host the services. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

BRUNSWICK — When a loved one dies, Mark Bollinger knows the financial hardship of a funeral can be overwhelming. So he started Bollinger Funeral Goods and Services, 3325 Center Road, Brunswick, where families can go to find less expensive caskets, urns, headstones and burial vaults. “We offer something people need and want at half the Read More…

Dunbar selects Richmond

  Dan Brown The Gazette WESTFIELD TWP. — There were friendly pickup matches with his brother Ethan, but Jacob Dunbar never got a chance to play high school tennis with his older sibling. With a four-year difference between the Cloverleaf junior and Ethan, a redshirt sophomore at the University of Richmond, the two never got Read More…

OSU dunks Iona

Joe Kay The Associated Press DAYTON — Sam Thompson had career highs with 20 points and 10 rebounds on Friday night, part of a dominating performance by Ohio State’s front line, and the Buckeyes ran away to a 95-70 victory over Iona in the second round of the West Regional. The second-seeded Buckeyes (27-7) are Read More…