Brookfield Township Historical Commission, which oversees the township’s historic district, reorganized with five new members: Shannon Devitz, Christy Gibson, Valerie Kokor, Christine Smoot and Jena Rummel.
Brookfield United Methodist Church opened a free food pantry at Mohney Heating and Cooling, 1240 Standard Ave., Masury. The church later in the year opened a pantry at its own building, 6951 Grove St.
Brookfield Local School District returned to in-person learning after several months of remote instruction.
Brookfield police received the first 10 of what turned out to be 59 reports of unemployment compensation fraud.
Fire damaged a home in the 800 block of South Stateline Road.
Pastor Jared Woodward, founder of Six-Fourteen Church, preached his last message before resigning.
Trumbull County began a two-year project to renovate and expand the Brookfield Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Mohney Heating and Cooling donated smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to Brookfield Fire Department for distribution in the community.
Village Green Veterinary Service and Kilar Properties LLC, which have a veterinary practice in Brookfield, filed a civil suit charging former Office Manager Tracey Obermiyer with stealing more than $170,000 from them. Brookfield police later filed criminal charges.
Brookfield Board of Education and Brookfield Federation of Teachers agreed to a two-year contract.
Ohio Facilities Construction Commission approved undertaking a project to rehabilitate Brookfield Middle School, which is having heaving issues because of shale shifting underneath it. The work is set to be done this summer.
A representative of the Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal visited Brookfield Local School District to honor Dilynn Turner and Alivia Sanford, who won a poster contest.
Barbara Gething celebrated her 100th birthday.
A fire heavily damaged a home in the 6100 block of Merwin Chase Road.
Brookfield High School graduated 73 at a full, in-person ceremony.
Brookfield Township resumed its Memorial Day observance with an in-person ceremony at Brookfield Township Cemetery, a year after it went virtual.
Brookfield Board of Education bought the former bank building across Bedford Road from the school for administrative offices.
Joseph S. Rosario, 25, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges in the July 27, 2018, shooting death of Jason C. Drummond Jr., 24, in Masury. Rosario was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Brookfield police and firefighters and the Brookfield Township Volunteer Fireman’s Auxiliary held a memorial service to honor their members and former members who had died over the last two years.
Brookfield Nutrition, which sells teas, shakes and coffees, prepared to open its doors.
Brookfield Board of Education hired two assistant principals, Tyler Vallinger, who works in the high school, and Joshua Vastag, who is assigned to the middle school.
Matthew Chu took over ownership of the Belly Buster Sub Shoppe from Tracey Mills, whose mother, Nancy, had started the restaurant.
Masury native Harold Danko, a professional musician, gave the keynote address at Youngstown State University’s commencement.
Six-Fourteen Church held its last service and disbanded.
Fire in a garage on Hazelton Street destroyed two classic cars.
Yankee Run Golf Course celebrated its 90th anniversary, all of it under the leadership of the McMullin family.
Trustee Gary Lees announced he would not run again. Lees completed his 24th year in December.
Fire destroyed a home in the 6600 block of Merwin Chase Road.
Brookfield Local School District opened a new school year with in-class learning five days a week, and masks were made optional.
Brookfield School Supt. Toby Gibson announced the school had been awarded a $740,000 Innovative Workforce Incentive Program Implementation Grant to further its effort to prepare students for life after high school.
Brookfield trustees held their first neighborhood cleanup on the West Hill.
West Hill Auto held a retirement party for co-founder Paul Simeon. Other family members keep the business operating.
David Siege, 63, formerly of Brookfield, died in a motorcycle crash in Hartford.
Brookfield and Yankee Lake residents and officials participated in the Route 7 Garage Sale. (See top photo)
Greg Tesoriero closed Tony’s Auto Parts, a store started by his father, Tony.
Ohio Supreme Court ordered that Mark Ferrara be placed on the ballot for Brookfield trustee. Trumbull County Board of Elections had stricken Ferrara’s name due to a counting error on one of Ferrara’s petitions.
Former Army members of the 70th Armored Division came to Masury to honor their brother-in-arms, Chuck Dobbins, who had died Feb. 26 at the age of 72.
Trumbull County LOSS, a support organization for people who have lost loved ones to suicide, held its first butterfly release in Brookfield Center.
Trumbull County Historical Society and Brookfield Township Historical Society began a project to digitize 500 photos from the Brookfield Township archives and make them available online.
Brookfield Warrior Hall of Fame inducted Nicole Economides, Kaitlyn Nasci-Lang, Paula “P.J.” Vrankovich, Charese Conyers Wright, Tristan Thompson, Garrett McMullin and John Georges for their athletic achievements at Brookfield High School.
Robinson Real Estate Investments, doing business as JR Homes, started building the first of what could be six new homes in the Valley View neighborhood.
Brookfield Fire Department held its first of what could become an annual awards program.
Ezra Daye, 21, of Sharon formerly of Masury, pleaded no contest to a charge of third-degree murder in the Aug. 2, 2020, shooting death of Kelli Johnston, 23, of Masury in Sharon. He was sentenced to 15 to 35 years in prison.
Tim Taylor of Brookfield completed the Boston Marathon.
Voters elected Dan Suttles and Mark Ferrara to two trustee seats and approved a 1-mill replacement levy for the Brookfield Police Department.
Connie and Terry Gerba provided Thanksgiving dinner to Brookfield firefighters and policemen for the 15th year in a row.
Shawna Fedorko of Brookfield completed the New York City Marathon.
Brookfield police lost two long-serving, full-time policemen and a part-time officer to jobs at the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Department.
A group of Brookfield eighth-grade STEM class students took a field trip to Kirila Fire in Hartford to learn about the company and careers in engineering, the trades, computer-assisted design and other occupations.