Carrie Frank

Digital Editor

Carrie has spent her professional career helping to further the missions of non-profit organizations. As WSHU’s digital editor, she manages the station’s website, working closely with all departments to give visibility to their work, from local news to classical music to arts and culture, shows and podcasts. When not at work, Carrie can be found working her stress out on her Peloton or doing the New York Times crossword puzzle.

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Bebeto Matthews / AP

The New York state legislature returns to the Capitol next week, and tenants’ rights advocates are pushing for passage of bills to cancel rent payments and offer other protections for the duration of the coronavirus emergency. They say without some relief, a massive housing and potential homelessness crisis looms.

Courtesy of Connecticut Emergency and Alerting and Notification Systems

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has used the state’s CT Alert system to urge state residents to stay home during the COVID-19 emergency.

Here’s part of the message Lamont sent to more than 4 million telephone numbers in Connecticut on Sunday.

“This is Governor Ned Lamont. I’m calling to urge you personally: Stay safe, stay home. I’m not ordering you to stay home, I’m strongly urging you to stay home to make sure that you and your neighbors are much less likely to be infected by the highly contagious COVID-19 virus.”