Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Forbes Magazine lists richest NFL owners.
News flash: Bob Kraft is a very rich man. But, he's not the richest owner in the National Football League. Kraft is worth $2.3 billion and is eighth on the list, which is topped by Seattle Seahawk owner Paul Allen, who is at 15 billion, according to Forbes Magazine. Kraft ranks 64th on Forbes billionaire list and 22nd in the U.S. list, according to Forbes. He has owned the Patriots since 1994 and is the only owner the New England Revolution has ever had. Find out who else is on the list at CBS-Boston and at Forbes Magazine.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Nonprofits throughout New England can now nominate deserving volunteers for an opportunity to receive $200,000 in grants in Myra Kraft’s honor.
The Kraft family and New England Patriots Charitable Foundation announced the opening of the 2013 Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards as part of the Patriots ongoing Celebrate Volunteerism initiative, which honors Myra Kraft’s lifetime commitment to volunteerism. The awards will recognize individuals who exemplify leadership, dedication and a commitment to improving their communities through volunteering. “Volunteers are the unsung heroes of our communities who give selflessly and often go unrecognized,” said Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft. “Like my sweetheart, who made volunteering a lifestyle, these deserving individuals make an immeasurable impact in our region. We are looking forward to celebrating them in her honor.” Twenty …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Former New England Patriots head coach Bill Parcells was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Over the Weekend.
On Saturday, seven NFL greats learned their professional football careers would forever be enshrined in Canton, OH. Former New England Patriots head coach Bill Parcells joined six former NFL players to make up the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013. Parcells coached the Patriots from 1993 to 1996 and led New England to Super Bowl XXXI against the Green Bay Packers. The Pats lost that game, 35-21 and Parcells left town to become head coach of the New York Jets. Prior to his tenure in New England, Parcells coached the New York Giants from 1983 to 1990, winning two Super Bowls with the G-Men. Parcells ended his coaching career in Dallas, coaching the Cowboys from 2003 to 2006. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who was a longtime …
Monday, December 10, 2012
The lawsuit against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft that claims he is "partly responsible" for the death of two women following a 2008 car crash after a Country Music Festival concert at Gillette Stadium will go to trial.
Norfolk County Superior Court Judge Patrick Brady ruled last Friday the lawsuit against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft involving the deaths of two women in 2008 following a car crash after a Country Music Festival concert at Gillette Stadium can go to trial. Parents of Debra Davis appeared in Dedham District Court on Nov. 20 claiming Kraft and his companies are "partly responsible" for the death of their daughter and one of their daughter's friends following a car crash after the 2008 New England Country Music Festival at Gillette Stadium, according to 7News. Davis and her friend, Alexa Latteo, were reportedly tailgating "all day" prior to the 2008 Country Music Festival without tickets to the conert. The two girls, along with …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The family of a young woman killed in a 2008 car crash following a Country Music Festival concert at Gillette Stadium has filed a lawsuit against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, claiming he is "partly responsible" for the tragedy.
Editor's note: To watch 7 News' broadcast of this story, click here. DEDHAM - Parents of Debra Davis appeared in Dedham District Court last week claiming New England Patriots CEO and owner Robert Kraft is "partly responsible" for the death of their daughter and one of their daughter's friends following a car crash after the 2008 New England Country Music Festival at Gillette Stadium, according to 7News. Davis and her friend, Alexa Latteo, were reportedly leaving the 2008 Country Music Festival when the vehicle they were traveling in crashed into a tree. Both women were killed. An autopsy later showed the two underage women, were drunk, allegedly from a day of drinking in the parking lot of Gillette Stadium prior to the 2008 country music …
Friday, September 28, 2012
Today in 5 Things You Need to Know, Patriots owner Robert Kraft gets nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the KP School Committee release their agenda for Monday's meeting, a craft fair is to be held this weekend in Foxborough, and more!
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Friday, September 28, 2012
1. NWS Weather Update According to the National Weather Service, Friday should be a very wet day with a 90% of rain. 2. King Philip Sports Back in Action After a few days off, the KP varsity squads will be back in action today. Here is who they will be facing. 3. Indian Summer Craft & Vendor Fair in Foxborough Nestled against the backdrop of the State Forest at 68 Mill Street, approx. 50 craftspeople and vendors will present wonderful displays of their products on September 29! A fun day for everyone in the family! The group is partnering with the Foxboro Music Association for this fair, and there will be raffles to raise funds for their ongoing projects and student scholarships. Inside and outside markets. Rain or shine event! 4. …