The roller coaster ride continues with gas prices spiking once again this week in Northwest Indiana and the Chicago metropolitan area, including Cook and Will counties.
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Motorists gas up at the Speed Mart on Ind. 130 in Valparaiso. "The prices are a little cheaper out here," said Bryon Cordova, right, of Hammond. Gas prices are predicted to be at their highest for a July 4 since 2008.
Motorists gas up at the Speed Mart on Ind. 130 in Valparaiso just before the July 4 weekend. Gas prices have spiked again this week in Northwest Indiana and the Chicago metropolitan area.
Many Northwest Indiana residents are complaining gas prices are too high after they raced to nearly $4 a gallon.
The cost to fill up your car is rising as gas prices aprroach $4 per gallon at some stations like this one on ridge Road near Cline in Highland.
Gas prices across Northwest Indiana have risen near the $4 a gallon range, but should peak soon and end up lower than they were last summer.
Gasoline at the Family Express on Ridge Road in Portage sells for about $3.79 per gallon for unleaded regular Tuesday. The Energy Department issued its forecast for gasoline prices for the summer driving season. Gas has been slightly cheaper on average so far this year than it was last year,…
Gasoline at the Family Express on Ridge Road in Portage was selling for about $3.79 per gallon for unleaded regular Tuesday. The Energy Department issued its forecast for gasoline prices for the summer driving season. Gas has been slightly cheaper on average so far this year than it was last…
Anyone using the South Shore or other public transportation had better grab the first empty seat.
One day the gas prices are $3.02, and the next they jumped to $3.35. I call that price gouging -- especially when the price of the barrel has gone down.
With millions of Americans traveling and a forecast of inclement weather locally and nationally, holiday travelers should allow themselves plenty of time to reach their destinations.
My vote is no, no, no, of course not, to state Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, for wanting to put a tax on the miles that we drive. Another crazy thought by one of our politicians.
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Gas prices have been dropping and could be 20 to 25 cents lower by Halloween.
High gas prices have squeezed the wholesale and retail gasoline industries, said Tom Collins, the chief executive officer of Luke Oil.
The economy has moving, but not in a stellar fashion, a Northwest Indiana investment advisor said.
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