Gas prices drive summer travel

Central Pennsylvania prices remain near or slightly above the state average

 The season of global travel, beach vacations and road trips is here, and central Pennsylvania residents in the Marcellus Shale region are checking gasoline prices, traffic conditions and weather forecasts before hitting the road.
“Everyone is taking advantage of relatively lower gas prices, taking advantage of the nice economy and extra spending money in their pocket, and kicking the sum­mer off right,” said James Garrity, spokesman for the AAA East Central office in Pittsburgh.
On July 1,...

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