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Road to Relief: Budget-Friendly Fuel Sets the Tone for the New Year

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As 2024 begins, drivers across Pennsylvania are ringing in the new year with affordable gas. The statewide average has crept down to $3.39 per gallon, showcasing an 18-cent decline from last month and a 24-cent reduction over the past year.

This downward trend in fuel costs has been mirrored in metropolitan areas throughout the state’s central region. Here’s a full breakdown:

Altoona: $3.24, down 31 cents since last month 

Bloomsburg-Berwick: $3.36, down 13 cents since last month 

Chambersburg-Waynesboro: $3.45, down 13 cents since last month 

Gettysburg: $3.43, down 22 cents since last month 

Harrisburg: $3.42, down 16 cents since last month 

Johnstown: $3.26, down 29 cents since last month 

Lancaster: $3.35, down 20 cents since last month 

Lebanon: $3.40, down 14 cents since last month 

Reading: $3.40, down 16 cents since last month 

State College: $3.43, down 15 cents since last month 

Williamsport: $3.44, down 11 cents since last month 

York: $3.43, down 18 cents since last month

To find out more about gas prices nationally and locally, go here.

GOP backs voting by mail, yet turns to courts to restrict it in battleground states

“We can’t play catch up. We can’t start from behind. We can’t let Dems get a big head start and think we’re going to win it all on Election Day,” Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel said in November on a conference call aimed at promoting the group’s Bank Your Vote initiative to encourage early and mail voting. “Things happen on Election Day.”