Thursday, January 31, 2013
The prizes are one of two framed Ray Lewis moments.
Customers of Graul's Market in Cape St. Claire can enter to win a framed photograph of Ray Lewis' historic 'last dance,' on Jan. 6. The drawing costs $1 per entry, and participation is available at the checkout line. All proceeds benefit Special Olympics Maryland. The drawing will be held Monday. The prizes are one of two framed Ray Lewis moments: his last dance on the field goal line, along with a ticket from that game, and a photo of him after sacking Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Interested in participating? Graul's Market is located in Cape St. Claire at 1388 Cape St Claire Rd.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Bryan Graul, owner of the Cape St. Claire and Annapolis Graul's Markets, spoke with The Capital after he purchased the Annapolis location from his aunt.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Locals stock up, prepare for hurricane to hit.
The Cape St. Claire Shopping Center was a busy place Thursday afternoon as local residents stocked up on groceries and supplies and prepared to ride out Hurricane Irene. As reported earlier today by Patch, the National Weather Service currently predicts that the center of Irene will approach Maryland early Sunday morning, with wind gusts between 74 and 110 miles per hour. The Weather Channel says the powerful storm churning at 14 mph up the East Coast has the potential to be the strongest to hit the northeast in a couple of decades. Yikes. Chris Timko of Cape St. Claire is among those taking the forecast seriously. He was standing in line at Cape True Value just after lunchtime with a 5-gallon gasoline container in his hand. He already had…
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Cape grocery store focuses on community connections.
For more than 50 years, Graul’s Market of Cape St. Claire has been serving the Broadneck Community. The original “Graul’s” was a corner store in Baltimore City which was opened in 1920 by the late Fred and Esther Graul. On the day after he returned from serving in World War II, Harold Graul, son of Fred and Esther, took over operating the family business. In the early 1950s, Harold and his wife, Mary, bought a summer home in Cape St. Claire. Mary and Harold opened Graul’s Market in Cape St. Claire in 1958, and moved permanently to the Cape where they raised their four children, Harold, Jr., Tom, Susie and Fred. Through the years the family has grown, and so has the family business. There are now six Graul’s stores, each managed by …