CLEVELAND - As you fill up, it’s becoming increasingly important to follow gas prices in your areas as prices vary by as much as forty cents in northeast Ohio.
Depending on where you are, gas could be anywhere from $3.99 (Oakwood) to $3.63 (Akron).
Overnight, the nationwide average for gasoline prices rose for the 26th straight day to nearly $3.77 per gallon according to the motorist group AAA.
Last month, gas prices were $3.47 for a gallon of regular.
Last week, they were $3.69 and last year at this time, gas was $3.50 a gallon.
For a complete list of local gas prices, click on the traffic tab of newsnet5.com.
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