Brookfield Local School District and Trumbull County court officials announce that Brookfield will be part of a RECLAIM Ohio grant program to place a case worker in Brookfield schools to assess children for specific needs and seek to help them.
Mark Ferrara takes the oath of office for his first term as Brookfield Township trustee. Dan Suttles is sworn in for his second term.
Brookfield Board of Education appoints Derek Mihalcin to a two-year term on the board of education.
Ronda Bonekovic and Jerry Necastro take the oath of office for four-year terms on the Brookfield Board of Education.
Ilham and Basel Ramahi announce plans to renovate the Fuel Express gas station at 7257 Warren Sharon Road, and to build a convenience store on the lot.
Gary and Garrett McMullin use lumber from hickory trees downed in the Father’s Day 2019 tornado to renovate the clubhouse at Yankee Run Golf Course.
Brookfield Township begins selling cremation niches in the newly installed columbarium at Brookfield Township Cemetery.
Brookfield Branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library celebrates its 40th anniversary with an open house, used book sale, children’s activities and other events.
Brookfield Fire Chief David Masirovits announces the department has been awarded grants to buy wild land firefighting equipment and thermal imaging cameras.
Cpl. William Reinhart, formerly of Masury, is posthumously inducted into the Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department Parachute Rigger Hall of Fame at U.S. Army Quartermaster School, Fort Lee, Va., for his work during World War II.
Brookfield Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame inducts its Class of 2020: Adam Elhaddi, James Seckler, Jack Damioli, Harold Danko, Amy Zell and the late James Hoffman Jr.
Brookfield trustees oppose and the Trumbull County Planning Commission denies a variance request that would have allowed access to and from Dutch Lane for a gas station and convenience store proposed for South Irvine Avenue/Route 62. The development has not been built.
Tina Wilson-Dunkerley and Patricia Haun are honored as Women Warriors by the Warrior in HER, a support organization for women with chronic physical and/or mental health issues.
Brookfield trustees award a contract to Kirila Contractors, Brookfield, to pave Syme Street.
Brookfield’s Easter egg hunt returns after a two-year, COVID-19-related hiatus. More than 100 children take part.
Brookfield Board of Education approves an agreement with Ohio Edison to run electrical service to the track and soccer field, and learns the school district had been awarded a grant to upgrade the controls for its heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.
Brookfield police and the Trumbull County Coroner’s Office say Kyle D. Nicholson, 34, shot to death Diana M. Rice, 34, at their home on Syme Street, and then fatally turned the gun on himself.
Brookfield trustees promote career firefighter Derek Hollander to captain.
Brookfield Township holds its first full, in-person Memorial Day ceremony since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Retired Army Maj. Sarah Kurpe speaks.
Brookfield High School graduates 75.
Trumbull County commissioners end discussion on an offer by Aqua Ohio Inc. to buy the Trumbull County Southeast Public Water System, which serves part of Brookfield and Masury.
Curbstone Coaches Hall of Fame inducts long-time Brookfield High School girls basketball coach Tim Filipovich, and Brookfield amateur and pro golfer John Zebroski.
Masury-Brookfield Women’s Club celebrates its 60th anniversary with a banquet and honoring of key members.
Brookfield trustees hire a North Canton law firm to review potential use of Brookfield’s $869,103 in American Rescue Plan Act funds.
A black bear seen throughout Brookfield and Masury elicits lots of social media and neighborhood chatter.
Peleg Group of Tampa, Fla., buys the former Valley View Department Store property and outlines its development plans for the site.
Brookfield Township Road Department undertakes a project to better direct storm water to the existing storm drainage system between Second and Third streets in Masury.
Electrician Matt Lucy proposes a private effort to raise money to install lights at two ball fields in Brookfield Township Community Park.
Trumbull County Building Department issues a building permit for a Quick Mart gas station and convenience store at Route 62/South Irvine Avenue and Standard Avenue. This project is not related to the gas station project mentioned in March.
Brookfield Local School District Director of Teaching, Learning and Accountability Adam Lewis and Treasurer Julie Sloan resign. Brookfield High School Principal Kristen Foster is promoted to Lewis’s slot, and Megan Marino is hired as high school principal. Jordan Weber is hired in August as treasurer.
P&T Management Co., which does business as Brookfield Sparkle Market, sues E.L.D. D’Onofrio Inc., doing business as Mr. D’s Delicious Fresh Foods, claiming Larry and Ed D’Onofrio reneged on an agreement to sell Mr. D’s to Sparkle.
The former Schuster’s restaurant on Brookfield Avenue is demolished.
Brookfield Township Historical Society puts its photo archive online at Catalogit.com
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approves an 8-percent increase in user fees for Aqua Ohio water customers, including those in Brookfield and Masury.
Trumbull County commissioners deny a request by a group of neighbors to vacate a portion of Jessie Road in the Stevenson Heights neighborhood. Brookfield trustees had opposed the request.
Work begins on the exterior portion of the Brookfield Middle School remediation project, brought on by shale shifting underneath the school, causing floors and walls to crack. The interior portion is slated for the summer.
Brianna Arci takes over ownership of Brookfield Nutrition.
Brookfield Fire Department is awarded a grant by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to buy cardiac monitors/defibrillators and CPR assist devices.
Brookfield Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame inducts Toby Gibson, Kaitlyn Nasci Lang, Jason Straka, Dr. Marquita Hubbard Kemp and Dr. Joseph Zuhosky.
Brookfield Safety Awareness Night returns after two years in a new venue, the Brookfield Local School District building.
Trumbull County commissioners approve a rate hike for sanitary sewer customers in the former Metropolitan District, which includes Brookfield and Masury.
Zac Younkins opens Fat Hippy Records at 7196 Warren Sharon Road.
James Hoffman III and Elwood Walker retire and close the law practice they opened in Brookfield in 1990.
Brookfield Warrior Hall of Fame inducts Sam King, Brian Gedeon, Jill Kirila, Lou Scudere, the 2006-07 wrestling team, Mike “Pops” Faber and Marc Hubbard.
Brookfield Fire Department hires Carly Jackson as a full-time firefighter. She is believed to be the first woman hired full time by the department.
Brookfield voters approve a new, 3.5-mill continuous levy for the township road department.
Yankee Lake voters approve the renewal of a 3.9-mill, five-year levy for operating expenses.
Brookfield Trustee Ron Haun resigns after 15 years.
Brookfield Township is awarded a $109,000 grant to pave Lucy Street.
Brookfield Fire Department is awarded a grant from the Trumbull County Farm Bureau for grain bin rescue equipment.