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Valley gas prices rise 15 to 25 cents over four days

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The cost gasoline has increased anywhere from fifteen to 25 cents per gallon depending on where you fill up your gas tank in the Valley.

Over the past four days, drivers on the Ohio side of the state line have seen prices rise as high as $2.59 at some gas stations.

Drivers in Mercer County are seeing the same kinds of increases, but are paying as much as $2.89 at some gas stations.

Auto club Triple A blames the higher prices on refinery and pipeline shutdowns because of Hurricane Harvey.

Here is a sample of the area prices for a gallon of regular gas as of Monday morning according to gasbuddy.com

  • Warren – Parkman Rd. $2.45
  • Howland – Elm Rd. SE $2.49
  • Cortland – S. High St. $2.50
  • Niles – Youngstown Warren Rd. $2.49
  • Newton Falls – Milton Blvd. $2.49
  • Youngstown – Market Street $2.39
  • Austintown – North Canfield-Niles Road $2.59
  • Boardman – Boardman Canfield Rd. $2.59
  • Canfield – West Main Street $2.59
  • Hubbard – N Main St. $2.59
  • Liberty – Belmont Ave. $2.56
  • Salem – Prospect Street $2.48
  • Columbiana – Route 14 $2.54
  • Lisbon – North Market Street $2.53
  • East Liverpool – East Liverpool Rd.. $2.38
  • Sharon – East State Street $2.78
  • Hermitage – N. Buhl Farm Dr. $2.89
  • Mercer – Erie Street $2.79
  • Greenville – Main Street $2.79
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