Melissa Nakhavoly is a journalist with CBC Windsor News.
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Homeowners demand action as provincial team inspects Lake Erie flood damage
The team from the ministry of municipal affairs and housing along with representatives from the Essex Region Conservation Authority went door to door in the Marentette Beach and Cotterie Park areas. Ministry officials will be compiling a report for Minster Bill Mauro.
You've got mail! UWindsor staff surprised with 45-year-old package
It was a blast from the past that shocked University of Windsor admissions staff. On Wednesday, while going through their daily mail, they noticed an envelope not quite like the others. It was a package returned back to them that was sent out in 1973.
Winter storm brings heavy rain, travel warning and flooding to Windsor-Essex
Residents in Leamington and Kingsville are being told to take precautions as strong winds and rain have caused multiple road closures and a voluntary evacuation. The Essex Region Conservation Authority says Sunday's storm has created the the most extensive amount of flooding in Leamington from a shoreline event since 1998.
Ford City residents reclaim public space with a safe neighbourhood walk
Every Tuesday, a group of residents meet at the Ford City community garden to explore their own back yards. Education and building relationships is the motivator of the Ford City Neighbourhood Renewal safe neighbourhood walk.
Windsor hockey players who survived deadly bus crash offer support for Humboldt Broncos
Stick together and don't be afraid to seek help. Those words, born out of tragedy, are part of a message of support for the Humboldt Broncos from Windsor hockey players who survived a deadly bus crash 13 years ago.
Protecting cross-border labour tops Windsor-Essex list of recommendations for NAFTA
Five recommendations for NAFTA negotiations that consider the unique needs of Windsor-Essex have been sent to government officials ahead of the eighth round of trade talks.
Windsorites remember Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination
Lana Talbot never expected helping at a best friend's wedding would lead her to witness a pivotal moment in American history.