Gas Prices Up, Blame Harvey

Blame Harvey for the extra cost to fill up your tank. Gas prices across the state of Illinois are up in the wake of the storm that cut through the Gulf of Mexico and through Houston. The price of a gallon of gas jumped about a dime yesterday. Patrick DeHaan with GasBuddy says gas prices will likely stay higher than usual for the next few weeks. Most stations in downstate Illinois are selling a gallon of regular gas for anywhere between two dollars 30-cents a gallon to two dollars 50-cents a gallon.

RELATED CONTENT

Joliet’s Route 66 Stadium Facelift Complete Three Arrested in Connection with Toddler Shot in Joliet Romeoville’s Police Department Shares Report On Mayor’s DUI Arrest Joliet Public Library receives 2018 ALA Excellence in Library Programming Award Shorewood HUGS Donates to Forest Preserve District for K-9 Care Demolition Continues On The Old Silver Cross Hospital In Joliet
Comments