Gas Nears $4 A Gallon Locally

Posted On May 30, 2014

By Mike Perleberg

gas-prices-gasoline-graphic-small.jpg(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – Much to motorists’ dismay, tri-state area gas prices spiked on Thursday.

Stations in Greendale, Hebron, Harrison, and Versailles began posting $3.99 for regular unleaded gas. In some locations, prices jumped more than 30-cents in less than a day.

CincyGasPrices.com reports the region’s average price at $3.90 Friday morning. That’s the highest prices have been locally since mid-June of last year.

Prices have increased about 20-cents on average in the past month.

Some stations are still selling fuel for less than $4 a gallon. Prices in the $3.60’s range could be found in Aurora and Florence.

Use the comment section below to tell us where you have found the cheapest gas today.


Funny how it was always the President's fault when gas prices got so high ... but since Barry the Blameless has been President, people just bend over and take it.