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Cortland boasts lowest gas prices in the Valley

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There's some good news for Valley drivers this weekend: They'll be paying less at the pump.

Gasoline prices as low as $1.33 per gallon were spotted in Cortland and $1.35 per gallon in Howland.

The AAA Daily Fuel Gage Report put Ohio in the top 10 states for a yearly reduction in prices. They show that prices in the state were 42 cents cheaper per gallon on Monday than they were Feb. 1 of last year.

AAA also reported that supply continues to outpace demand, which could lead to a further reduction in gasoline prices.

Gas prices in Hubbard are 42 cents per gallon cheaper than gas just across the state line in Sharon, according to Gasbuddy.com.

The AAA Daily Fuel Gage Report lists an average price of $1.52 per gallon in the Youngstown-Warren area. That's 9 cents cheaper than last week and 33 cents cheaper than a month ago.

Even with those price drops, the Valley still doesn't have the cheapest average gas prices in the state. AAA lists the lowest average in the state in the Canton-Massillon area at $1.50 per gallon.

AAA and Gasbuddy.com show Ohio averages dropping after an increase at the beginning of the week. The Ohio average of price for gas per gallon dropped 9 cents per gallon from Monday to $1.54 per gallon.

Pennsylvania gas prices have also dropped from last week, with the average dropping 3 cents from $2 per gallon to $1.97.

Gas prices have dropped nationally from $1.79 per gallon on Monday to $1.76 per gallon on Friday, according to AAA.

Here are some prices found around the Valley from gasbuddy.com as of 11:50 a.m. Friday:

Warren – Elm Rd. $1.37

Howland – East Market $1.35

Cortland – OH-5 and Niles-Cortland Road $1.33

Niles – Route 422 $1.41

Newton Falls – Milton Boulevard $1.43

Youngstown – Market Street $1.45

Austintown – North Canfield-Niles Road $1.47

Boardman – Boardman-Canfield Road $1.49

Canfield – East Main Street $1.49

Hubbard – North Main Street $1.47

Liberty – Belmont Avenue $1.53

Salem – East State Street $1.39

Columbiana – West Park Avenue $1.46

Lisbon – North Market Street $1.51

East Liverpool – OH-170 and Skyview Plaza $1.64

Sharon – East State Street - $1.89

Hermitage – North Buhl Farm Drive $1.90

Mercer – Erie Street $1.99

Greenville – Main Street $1.88

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