Why are local gas prices off the map? | SummitDaily.com

Why are local gas prices off the map?

Dave Bittner

If the statewide prices went up 2.2 cents and the nationwide prices went up 3.7 cents, the real story would be why prices went up 20 cents here.

I watched as the Acorn station went from $1.89 May 6 to $2.09. And the Shell station is even higher – as always.

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