Gas Prices Climbing Again

While we saw a slight break from those $3.00 gas prices for a while, you may have noticed that they're back!

Gas in Greenville last week hovered around $2.88 or $2.90 a gallon. Over the weekend it jumped to over $3.00 at many stations.

Analysts say tight inventories and the potential for service disruptions are the reasons.

Some experts predict gas hitting $3.50 or even $3.75 a gallon this spring.


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  • by Kathy Location: Bath NC on Jan 1, 2008 at 01:52 AM
    You can go to Virginia and gas is from 2.00 dollars to2.50 a gallon. You come back to North Carolina and the gas prices jump. Tell me the difference. Why is North Carolinas so high. Is it the people who run North Carolina fleecing the people. To make their pockets fat. Tell me now. I've live in North Carolina all my life. It's the lowest paying state for jobs. And, it's the highest paying state for living. I think the ones running our state needs to give us a break.
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