Gas prices up 1 cent in W.Va.
CHARLESTON — Average gasoline prices are up about 1 cent this week in West Virginia.
AAA East Central says the price for a gallon of regular gas averaged $3.38 in the state. That’s about 29 cents cheaper than a year ago.
Prices range from $3.28 in Huntington to $3.49 in Martinsburg.
Nationally, gas prices average $3.27 this week.
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