>>Gas Prices Expected to Rise Again in Region Due to World Turmoil
(Reading, PA) -- Gasoline prices edged upward last week, driven primarily by the price surge in crude oil, which is closing in on 80-dollars a barrel. That height is being seen again due to unrest on the other side of the world in oil-producing areas near Russia including Kazakhstan. In Pennsylvania, the current average is three dollars and 52 cents for a gallon of regular unleaded. A month ago, that was up by four cents. Gas buddy dot com says the lowest price for a gallon of regular unleaded in the area is at the BJ's Club in Reading, PA. It's $3.21 there.