Gas prices continue to fall in W.Va.

CHARLESTON (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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  1. WHERE IN MARTINSBURG, CAN YOU FIND THESE PRICES? AAA, HAVE POSTED SOME INCORRECT INFO. LET ME GO CHECK TO SEE IF SOMETHING HAS CHANGED OVERNIGHT….? 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.

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