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School committee adopts communications plan

May 17, 2013

Code of ethics to be addressed in separate document

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Following a recent communications breakdown, the South Kingstown School Committee approved an updated communications plan Tuesday.
The communications subcommittee, chaired by Liz Morris, school committee member, has been working on updating the communications plan for approximately 18 months, according to Raissa Mosher, vice chair of the communications subcommittee and school committee.

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Accused murderer Taylor waives right to appear

May 17, 2013

Search warrants released; gruesome details unfold in murder of Allison M. Taylor

NARRAGANSETT – Robert M. Taylor, 45, who is accused of brutally murdering and dismembering his mother, Allison M. Taylor, 65, waived his right to appear in Washington County Superior Court Wednesday.
Taylor was due in Superior Court for a violation hearing.
By allegedly murdering his mother, Taylor was in violation of the terms of his probation, related to a 2007 breaking and entering incident that occurred in Providence.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Accused murderer has long criminal past

May 10, 2013

Robert M. Taylor, 45, who is accused of murdering his 65-year-old mother, Allison M. Taylor, on Tuesday, has an extensive criminal history in Rhode Island, dating back to 1989.
Taylor has been arrested dozens of times since then in Warwick, Narragansett, Block Island, Newport, Providence, Brown University and South Kingstown, according to Rhode Island Judicial records.

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Taylor frequented church before robbery, murder

May 10, 2013

NARRAGANSETT—As the news of Robert M. Taylor’s murder of his mother, Allison Taylor, at her apartment on Caswell Street this past week further develops, the days leading up to the incident become clearer. According to Reverend Marcel Taillon, Pastor of St. Thomas More Catholic Parish at 53 Rockland St., Taylor had been frequenting the church for two to three weeks prior to committing his crime.

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Robert M. Taylor arrested on domestic murder charges

May 10, 2013

NARRAGANSETT – On a warm spring day the daily hustle and bustle of the idyllic seaside town of Narragansett came to an abrupt halt as news broke that a 65-year-old woman was brutally murdered in her home by her own son.
What began as a larceny investigation Tuesday ended with a suicide attempt, murder investigation, and ended with the arrest of Robert M. Taylor.

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Doyle indicted on multiple felony charges

May 9, 2013

PROVIDENCE—Daniel E. Doyle, Jr., the former executive director of the Institute for International Sport (IIS), has been indicted on 18 counts of embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, and forgery. Doyle has been the subject of much public scrutiny since his mishandling of $575,000 worth in state grant money, which was allocated in 2007 for new construction on the institute’s property and remains unfinished.

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RIPTA bus collides with SUV on Route 138

May 9, 2013

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Police are investigating an accident involving a sport utility vehicle and a RIPTA bus that occurred late Sunday morning and left a 17-year-old female with serious injuries.

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Murder in Narragansett

May 8, 2013

NARRAGANSETT – Robert M. Taylor, who is accused of murdering his mother, Allison M. Taylor, entered no plea to a charge of domestic murder today at the 4th District Court in Wakefield.

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Comp plan goals and policies drafted

May 6, 2013

NARRAGANSETT — The Narragansett Planning Board held a workshop Tuesday to discuss the town’s comprehensive plan. Consultant Nathan E. Kelley, senior planner with Horlsey Witten Group, reviewed the draft of goals and policies regarding community services, facilities, natural hazards and energy. Terence Fleming, chairman, moderated the session.
“We will look at the goals and policies tonight just to check that our framework is complete and that we are comfortable moving forward to identify subsequent action items,” said Kelly.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers

Studying the aquatic environment

May 6, 2013

NARRAGANSETT — On Wednesday afternoon, local scientists, shellfishermen and graduate students gathered at the University of Rhode Island to listen to a series of lectures from researchers who have been studying the aquatic environments of Narragansett Bay. Professor of Oceanography Chris Kincaid first presented his work at the event, organized by Rhode Island Sea Grant, on water circulation in the bay and its impact on nutrient distribution.

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