Gas prices continue to fall in W.Va.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The price of gas continues to fall in West Virginia.
The Triple A’s weekly fuel gauge reports a 4-cent decline in the price per gallon of gas since last week. The statewide average is $3.69 a gallon, which remains higher than the national average of $3.64.
The auto club attributes the cheaper gas to an increase in refinery production and lower oil prices in early March.
In West Virginia, pump prices range from a low of $3.61 in Parkersburg to a high of $3.78 in Martinsburg.
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