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Top 5: Fatal Accident, SP Housing Market Outlook

This week Path reported on a fatal hit-and-run and spoke with a Realtor about the Severna Park housing market.

Here's a look at some of the top stories from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more of any story, just click on the link.

1. UPDATE: Police Seek Driver in Fatal I-97 Hit-and-Run
A 50-year-old Millersville man was killed early Tuesday morning after a hit-and-run on I-97. Police said the man was ejected from his truck after it crashed and then hit by another driver who fled the scene. The accident caused heavy traffic Tuesday morning.

2. Severna Park Housing Market Sees Rise in Sales
The Severna Park housing market saw a significant increase in home sales during the month of November compared to last year's numbers. A local agent said when homeowners put their houses on the market now, they have slightly lower expectations—which has led to an increase in sales.

3. SP Holiday Gift Guide
This week's holiday gift guides took an inside look at Franklin's Toys and The Cottage. See what these local businesses are offering to holiday shoppers looking to save, spend or splurge on gifts.

4. Chatting with Local Businesses Patch spoke with local business owner Kyle Algaze (The Breakfast Shoppe) and Caitlin Burman (Spark Running) about running a business in Severna Park. Both owners talked about challenges they have overcome and other local businesses they frequent.

5. Photos: Christmas in the 'Park
Despite some rain, many area residents came out to the Severna Park Chamber for the tree lighting and the festivities that followed at Park Plaza. Take a look at the photos from the Christmas festivities and be sure to add your own by clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” tab.

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