Just in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, gas prices have bumped up a bit, pushing the average cost of a gallon past the $4 mark for the first time in North Carolina.
AAA listed the price the price of a gallon of regular gas at nearly $4.02 on Tuesday. Some gas stations in Greenville posted prices at nearly $4.03.
The price of gas on this Independence Day will be more than a dollar higher than it was last year on the holiday.
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