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Doyle mischaracterized relationship with donors

March 9, 2012

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Two well known philanthropists have claimed that Executive Director Daniel Doyle of the Institute for International Sport mischaracterized their relationships with the nonprofit now embroiled in a state police investigation.

On Wednesday, the Atlantic Philanthropies, a major world donor to the institute issued a statement, stating, “It is very clear that Mr. Doyle has mischaracterized much about his relationship with” them.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Scallop revival in Point Judith Pond

March 9, 2012

NARRAGANSETT—As streams of kayakers and boaters flow between the islands that sit in Point Judith Pond, another less conspicuous activity is playing out on the pond’s bottom. Four-tiered cages, looking like lobster pots, rest there on lines in designated areas. One group sits to the west of Ram Island while others are placed elsewhere in the pond. Here is Save The Bay’s Scallop Restoration Program, an effort by the environmental organization to bring native scallops species back to South County waters.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Preview today's Narragansett Times

March 9, 2012

In today's paper, we have an update on the Institute for International Sport, whose donors said Daniel Doyle mischaracterized their relationship over the years.

On Monday, the Narragansett Town Council laid out plans for the future of Towers over the next three years.

This week, Save The Bay’s proposed plans for its Scallop Restoration Program, an effort by the environmental organization to bring native scallops species back to South County waters.

We also have the story on how South County is turning out the vote for American Idol's Erika Van Pelt.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Murphy remains on staff

March 9, 2012

By ERIC RUEB
erueb@ricentral.com

With Jim Baron released from his contract – or, in layman’s terms, fired – as head coach of the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball coach along with 10-year assistant Pat Clarke and first-year assistant Larry Harris, the only coach still left standing is a name any URI fan is familiar with.
Preston Murphy, who played guard for the Rams from 1995-1999, returned to Kingston as an as assistant coach in 2010 and, after Sunday’s decision from URI Direction of Athletics Thorr Bjorn, is the only coach left standing.

NK students getting ready to cut loose

March 9, 2012

By LINDSAY OLIVIER
lolivier@ricentral.com

NORTH KINGSTOWN – What if dancing and rock music were banned in your town? How would you handle it?
For a group of teens in 1980’s Illinois, rebellion and rule-breaking was the way they dealt with it in the 1984 movie Footloose. This weekend, the movie comes to life when the North Kingstown High School music department presents the musical in four performances.

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