People sometimes say “the media” focus only on bad news.

Folks, that’s not us. We’re not “the media.” We’re just your humble home-town newspaper, and we’re doing some cool stuff to celebrate the goodness of Cleveland

First up will be Homegrown Heroes, a celebration of local entrepreneurs. We and our sister newsroom at cleveland.com (which is leading the charge on this effort) asked our readers for nominations, and scores of folks replied. Thanks for that. The nominees are a fantastically diverse group, ranging from medical innovation to neighborhood entrepreneurs. Read more

Redhead Wines is an offshoot of the third-generation winery, L’uva Bella, located outside Youngstown. Owner Marisa Sergi studied winemaking at Cornell University and was determined to make a name for herself in the wine industry. Read more

Marisa Sergi is an incredible example of a strong, young, female entrepreneur in Cleveland. She has an immense passion for her company, RedHead Wine, and has an 100% hands on approach to her business. She has created everything from her own wine blend, to the label, and more. She also has an extremely active presence on social media and stays trendy with exciting Youtube videos, blog posts, Instagram posts, and tweets. Read more

Red wine grapes in vineyard with selective focus

Today on the show enjoy this exclusive, behind the scenes podcast, with interviews from entrepreneurs, from all over the USA pitching their products at this year’s 6th Annual Walmart American Job’s Open Call event in Bentonville Arkansas. Products, tips, and more! Read more

In an issue of SUCCESS devoted to side-hustling, to pursuing something more, to not making excuses and to achieving dreams no matter how large, it only made sense to unveil the magazine’s first ever 30-under-30 list. Read more

Toasting with red and white wine

RedHead is a locally made wine designed by third generation wine maker Marisa Sergi for the sweet and spicy moments in your life. Read more

YOUNGSTOWN – The Mahoning Valley Young Professionals , in partnership with the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, announced the 2019 honorees for the 25 Under 35 Awards this morning. Previously known as the 40 Under 40 Awards, the program is in its 14th year of honoring the Mahoning Valley’s best and brightest young professionals for excellence in their professional field and commitment to their community. The honorees will be recognized at an awards ceremony set for Feb.

 

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