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Holiday gas prices below $2 in Salem and Trumbull County

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People living in Salem or Trumbull County, or if you're just passing through, you can fill up your car, truck or motorcycle for less than $2 a gallon this holiday weekend.

With the holiday weekend fast approaching, drivers in the Valley could save a significant amount of change when buying gasoline locally.

The current average for the Youngstown-Warren area for Friday, June 30 is $2.11 for regular, nine cents cheaper than one week ago, according to AAA.

Triple A's Gas Gauge says just one year ago, the price for gas Fourth of July weekend was 20 cents more, with $2.28 for regular gas.

Reports say this is the cheapest year for buying gas during a holiday weekend since 2005.

Meanwhile, across the state line in Mercer County, gas prices are about 20 cents higher.

Here are some prices found around the Valley from Gasbuddy.com as of noon Friday:

  • Youngstown-Market St. $2.05
  • Warren-N. Hyatt St. $1.92
  • Niles-Youngstown-Warren Rd. $1.99
  • Howland-E. Mall Dr. $1.91
  • Cortland-Millennium Blvd. $1.92
  • Hubbard-W. Liberty St. $2.02
  • Liberty-Clay Pike Rd. $1.97
  • Newton Falls-Parkman Rd. NW $1.99
  • Boardman-South Ave. $2.00
  • Austintown-Kirk Rd. $2.09
  • Canfield-U.S. 224 $2.09
  • Columbiana-N. Main St. $1.97
  • Lisbon-N. Market St. $2.02
  • Salem-E. State St. $1.85
  • East Liverpool- St. Clair Ave. $2.07
  • Calcutta-East Liverpool Rd. $2.07
  • Hermitage-N. Buhl Farm Dr. $2.26
  • Sharon-Prices range from $2.23 to $2.33
  • Mercer-Prices range from $2.29 to $2.55
  • Greenville-Prices range from $2.06 to $2.49
     
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