July 25, 2016

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Gas in Ohio costs 11 cents more than last week

COLUMBUS — Ohio gasoline prices continue to zigzag with oil prices, as markets remain uncertain about the economy.

The state’s gas prices have risen in the last week, continuing this month’s ups and downs at the pump.

Today’s survey from auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and Wright Express puts the statewide average price for regular gasoline at $3.37 a gallon, up 11 cents from last week.

In Medina, the most reasonable price for a gallon of regular-unleaded fuel was listed at $3.36 this morning at two city locations. They are the Clark station at 427 N. Court St. and BP, which is located at 1050 N. Court St.

The website lists a Kroger in southwest Columbus as having the cheapest gas statewide at $3.11 per gallon, while the most expensive is $3.89 at a Sunoco station in Mansfield.

Gas was a bit cheaper in Ohio last year at this time, when regular was averaging about $2.81 per gallon.