Week in Review | Napa Grocery, Lordstown Motors, Farmers/Cortland Merger

CANFIELD, Ohio – A new California-style deli coming to Canfield was the week’s top story. Featured in our MidJune edition, we highlighted Napa Grocery’s arrival June 24.

Owned by Nunzio Scordo and Aaron Hynek, the deli moved into the space previously occupied by Peaberry’s cafe. Customers  can choose from a frequently changing menu featuring meat, fish and poultry dishes, determined by what is in season and at its freshest, will be prepared daily by chef Scordo. Read HERE.

Lordstown Motors ‘Not Part’ of Camping World’s Electric Future

LORDSTOWN, Ohio – Camping World Inc. CEO Marcus Lemonis said the company has parted ways with electric-vehicle manufacturer Lordstown Motors Corp., quashing a potential collaboration that was announced six months ago.

“We are launching electric world with an amazing assortment from around the globe,” Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis announced on Twitter June 18. “Lordstown Motors will not be part of that.” Read HERE.

Farmers’ Acquisition of Cortland Driven by Growth Opportunities

CANFIELD, Ohio – Following the announcement that Farmers National Bank will acquire Cortland Bank, Kevin Helmick said the $124 deal was driven by the opportunity to expand its reach into the Cleveland suburbs, as well as Portage and Summit counties.

“We feel they provide good growth opportunities. As a larger bank than Cortland, we have things like Farmers Trust Co., Farmers Investment Group and our insurance company,” the Farmers CEO said. “We’ll be able to leverage those and take them to communities like Hudson, Fairlawn and Strongsville.” Read and watch HERE.

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