Amy Dodge is a video journalist based in Windsor. She covers a wide range of stories, and she always wants to hear yours. Connect with her on Twitter @AmyDodgeCBC or send her your stories at Amy.Dodge@CBC.ca
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What people receiving CERB need to know about their mortgage
A mortgage agent gives advice to people receiving the Canada Emergency Response Benefit. What you need to know about buying a home, renewing or refinancing your mortgage and how CERB could affect your credit rating.
Children's Aid Society worries COVID-19 is silencing vulnerable children
Women and children who are vulnerable to abuse are at a greater risk during the pandemic, but the calls for help have reduced.
Music students stay in tune during COVID-19 pandemic with webcam lessons
Chatham Music Academy has shifted nearly 250 students to online music lessons.
Windsor Islamic Association creates helpline to ensure seniors are fed
The Windsor Islamic Association has set up a helpline and a food bank to bring essential items to vulnerable populations in the city.
What these companies are doing to make hand sanitizer for you
Several companies in Windsor and Essex County have come together to create hand sanitizer - all while working from home.
Former drug dealer launches fourth sober house
Nearly seven years clean, John Button opened his fourth house for men recovering from addiction. He already operates three sober living homes near Drouillard Road.
What these women abused by their childhood violin teacher want him to know now
A Chatham, Ont. violin teacher convicted of multiple sexual assault-related charges is in jail, and now his victims are speaking out.
This voyeurism case changed Canadian privacy laws. It also changed this victim's life
Madison Woodburn, 23, breaks her silence and fights for publication ban to be lifted nearly 10 years after her high school English teacher secretly filmed her chest.
Ford City Neighbourhood Renewal to disband following funding cuts
Financial backing from United Way will end in March 2020 and the Ford City Neighbourhood Renewal group will need to rely on the work it has already done to keep the neighbourhood moving forward.
Funding for food banks is uncertain in Windsor-Essex
United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex is re-creating how it feeds people in Windsor and that will likely change how it funds food banks.
Number of students playing football is 'steadily declining,' say Windsor coaches
There has been a rapid decline in the number of students playing football in Windsor-Essex and some high school coaches worry the sport is on the verge of a crisis.
Windsor mother says deep cuts to disability services will be 'detrimental'
Ford government willing to pay $1 million for a contractor to cut services to the most vulnerable.
Mother speaks of 'intense pain' after 2nd blow to the head from her son
Michelle Helou said her son's increasingly violent behaviour is taking its toll on her, but she won't remove him from her Windsor home.
Refugees in Windsor seeking 'connection to community' this holiday
The executive director of Matthew House wants refugee claimants to experience community — and he's hoping people in Windsor will step up and donate small gifts and cards this holiday.
Family-owned business established before Confederation closes after 154 years
A family-owned hardware store is closing after 154 years in business.