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November 12, 2003
On November 9, 2003, HAROLD F. GRAUL SR., husband of Nancy T. Graul. Funeral on Thursday, November 13 at 11 A.M. in the John M. Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Gloucester Street, Annapolis, MD. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery. Family will receive friends on Thursday, November 13, from 9:30 A.M. until funeral time at 11 A.M. in the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the Hopice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville, MD 21108 or to the Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Institute, 2001 Medical Parkway, Sajah Building, Annapolis, MD 21401.
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By Bob Allen | May 10, 2013
When it comes to Erika Brannock, a Cockeysville resident who lost her lower left leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, and Brannock's mother, Carol Downing, the staff at Graul's Market in Hereford consider them part of the family. Brannock, a preschool teacher at Trinity Episcopal Children's Center, in Towson, worked in the store's deli department while she was in college and grad school, and she still keeps in close touch with her former co-workers. "Erika worked here for six and a half years before she became a teacher," said store manager Ken Bullen.
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NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 11, 2003
Harold F. Graul Sr., founder of Graul's Markets Inc., a chain of gourmet grocery stores, died of cancer Sunday at his Annapolis home. He was 83. Mr. Graul was born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown. His father, a grocer, established a market in 1920 on East Monument Street. "He learned the grocery business working in his father Frederick Graul's grocery store. He did everything from custom-cutting meats to making deliveries," said a son, Harold F. Graul Jr., president of the family business.
NEWS
April 2, 2013
If I had to vote on which food store I would like to see at the Rotunda, I would vote for Graul's Market. My reason is simple: Graul's is a full-service market. Retirement communities and apartment buildings, all inhabited by senior citizens, surround the Rotunda. St. Mary's Roland View Towers is a two-building complex near the intersection of Roland Avenue and 40th Street. Roland Park Place and Keswick Multi-Care are right across from the Rotunda on 40th Street. Many who live and work in those complexes depended on the Giant for groceries until it moved down the hill.
NEWS
April 2, 2013
If I had to vote on which food store I would like to see at the Rotunda, I would vote for Graul's Market. My reason is simple: Graul's is a full-service market. Retirement communities and apartment buildings, all inhabited by senior citizens, surround the Rotunda. St. Mary's Roland View Towers is a two-building complex near the intersection of Roland Avenue and 40th Street. Roland Park Place and Keswick Multi-Care are right across from the Rotunda on 40th Street. Many who live and work in those complexes depended on the Giant for groceries until it moved down the hill.
SPORTS
By TOM KEYSER | April 4, 2004
Congratulatory calls began pouring in as soon as the Maryland-bred Our New Recruit won the Dubai Golden Shaheen last weekend in the Middle East. Tom Graul, breeder of the horse, appreciated the sentiment, knowing full well it's not every day you breed the winner of a $2 million race. But he also knew the reality of the situation. He wasn't going to benefit financially from the victory. Graul, 57, owns Graul's Market in Hereford. He lives in Hunt Valley. He owned the mare Delta Danielle when she gave birth five years ago to Our New Recruit.
NEWS
By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | April 5, 1992
A 12-year-old girl was shot to death yesterday afternoon by a 15-year-old boy playing with a handgun in a West Baltimore rowhouse, city police said.Janet Paula Edwards of the 1300 block of Riggs Ave. was pronounced dead shortly after she arrived at University of Maryland Medical Center, said her grandmother, Beatrice Banks."
NEWS
April 25, 1991
From 4 p.m. Saturday to last night, Christopher P. Graul, a 33-year-old Baltimore homicide detective who is married and has two children, had spent less than 20 hours at home.Like most members of the Baltimore police homicide unit, Detective Graul is feeling the strain of the increase in murders. Here is a sample of his recent schedule:.Arrived for work 4 p.m. Saturday. Worked until 9 p.m. Sunday -- 29 hours straight.Home for three hours Sunday night.Returned to work for the midnight to 8 a.m. shift.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1999
A man being sought for skipping a court appearance was shot and killed yesterday by a plain clothes Baltimore police officer who apparently mistook a cellular phone he was carrying for a gun, a Police Department spokeswoman said.Police confirmed accounts from several witnesses who said the man, Mardio House, did not have a weapon when he was shot at least three times in the abdomen by Officer Christopher Graul about 11 a.m. at Llewelyn and North Montford avenues in East Baltimore.Authorities said they had an intense search for House on Thursday, when a federal judge charged him with failing to appear for a detention hearing in U.S. District Court.
FEATURES
By LIA GORMSEN | August 5, 2006
What they are -- Shortbread cookies prepared by Graul's Market bakery as part of a summer fund-raiser for the Baltimore Opera Company. What we like about them --These buttery shortbread cookies are in the shape of a horse's head, with a yummy chocolate-dipped mane, and come packaged in a keepsake tin featuring a photograph of the wild horses of Assateague. The whole package, from the cookie baking to the photography on the tin, comes from Maryland-based businesses. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the Baltimore Opera Company.
NEWS
March 29, 2013
This letter is regarding MOM's Organic Market being considered for the space vacated by Giant in the Rotunda ("Rotunda redeveloper taking fresh look at MOM's Organic Market" Mar 20). This small boutique grocery will not meet the needs of the community. The seniors who live nearby need a full-service grocery such as Graul's. It is sad to see seniors struggling up and down the hill to Giant. Those who wish to shop at Mom's can easily drive there for their organic products. Stephanie Charles, Baltimore
EXPLORE
September 4, 2012
Baltimore County police detectives continue to investigate a burglary at Graul's Market in Hereford that took place late Thursday night. Police were called to the store at 220 Mt. Carmel Road at 11:50 p.m. Aug. 30 by the store's security company, a police spokeswoman said. Police found the rear door of the store had been forced open. The ATM machine inside the store had been broken into, but no cash was removed, said Baltimore County police spokeswoman Louise Rogers-Feher. An upstairs office was ransacked, she said, and one safe was broken into, while an attempt to break into a second safe was unsuccessful.
EXPLORE
December 23, 2011
Here's another example of why I love the Hereford Zone. Last month, I did a story on Robert Zerance's sky diving adventure. Everybody who shops at Graul's in Hereford knows Robert. He accompanies shoppers to their cars, helps them load their groceries, and brings their carts back to the store. Robert, 34, has some physical and neurological problems stemming from a car accident when he was just 4, but nothing stops him from working, enjoying life and challenging himself. Last week, I got an e-mail from a reader wondering if I still had a copy of the November North County News.
ENTERTAINMENT
By sloane brown and sloane brown,sloane@sloanebrown.com | November 2, 2008
Who has more fun than a bunch of kids let loose in Port Discovery? A bunch of grown-ups let loose in Port Discovery and told to "play like you're 10 again." That was the idea behind the children's museum's 10th Birthday Bash. It was the best of both worlds. You could have a martini in one hand, and wield a glue gun in the other, as you decorated a paper hat or tiara for yourself. Or you could pound up a storm in the drum room to work up an appetite before heading to the buffet line. The evening's "parents" - founding chair Doug Becker, CEO Bryn Parchman, event chair Dana DiCarlo and committee members like Cindy Conklin, James Baldwin, Barbara Gamse, Eileen Abato, Monica Brandes and Mary Graul - kept an eye on things, making sure everyone's inner child was satisfied.
NEWS
By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | November 24, 2006
Mary Graul spent more than a week cutting and fitting pieces for a 2 1/2 -foot-tall replica of a Chesapeake Bay lighthouse. She fashioned railings, windows, stairs, doors and a flashing light. And just about everything is edible. The lighthouse is one of more than 300 items entered in design contests for this year's Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees, which opens a three-day run today at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. The trees, wreaths and gingerbread pieces are sold to help raise money for Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore.
FEATURES
By LIA GORMSEN | August 5, 2006
What they are -- Shortbread cookies prepared by Graul's Market bakery as part of a summer fund-raiser for the Baltimore Opera Company. What we like about them --These buttery shortbread cookies are in the shape of a horse's head, with a yummy chocolate-dipped mane, and come packaged in a keepsake tin featuring a photograph of the wild horses of Assateague. The whole package, from the cookie baking to the photography on the tin, comes from Maryland-based businesses. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the Baltimore Opera Company.
NEWS
March 21, 1995
Shortly after a resident of the 4000 block of Penhurst Ave. in the Arlington section of the city answered a knock at his door last night, he was shot and left dying in the street, police said.Homicide detective Chris Graul said Michael A. Tyler, 42, was found lying in the street shortly after 7 p.m. by Northwestern District officers responding to a report of a shooting and was rushed by ambulance to Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 8:10 p.m. from multiple gunshot wounds.No arrests had been made and police knew of no motive for the slaying.
NEWS
March 29, 2013
This letter is regarding MOM's Organic Market being considered for the space vacated by Giant in the Rotunda ("Rotunda redeveloper taking fresh look at MOM's Organic Market" Mar 20). This small boutique grocery will not meet the needs of the community. The seniors who live nearby need a full-service grocery such as Graul's. It is sad to see seniors struggling up and down the hill to Giant. Those who wish to shop at Mom's can easily drive there for their organic products. Stephanie Charles, Baltimore
NEWS
By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN and FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN,SUN REPORTER | November 19, 2005
While mega-star Nicole Kidman continues to enjoy a Maryland autumn from a slightly secluded rented house on Boyce Avenue in Ruxton, reported sightings of the ex-Mrs. Tom Cruise continue to swirl throughout North Baltimore. She has been seen at the Merritt Athletic Club working out, dining on sushi in Towson, and now in Graul's Market in Ruxton. There hasn't been such a celebrity buzz in the upscale community since the early 1990s, when actor Ned Beatty, in town to reprise his role of Stanley Bolander on Homicide: Life on the Street, rented a house on Berwick Road.
NEWS
February 17, 2005
On February 15, 2005, C. HERBERT GRAULING, JR., devoted son of the late Charles Herbert Grauling, Sr. and Ida Victoria Grauling; devoted cousin of Paul W. Bensen. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd, (beltway exit 26A), on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery. Friends may call on Thursday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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