A gas station was shot and killed during a robbery this past weekend in East Orange, N.J.
A dangerous mistake by a fuel delivery service caused drivers in Monmouth County, N.J. a lot of grief Sunday.
An Elmont, Long Island, gas station owner was arrested this weekend, after police allegedly caught him charging higher prices than what appeared on his signs, according to a published report.
A line of about 30 cars waited for gas at a Shell station in Ardsley around lunchtime on Tuesday.
A New York City Council member came personally to a gas station in Queens to help fix a crashed computer system, according to the owner of the service station.
The blast occurred at the site of an old Mobil station where workers were removing an underground gas tank, officials said.
It’s a pain in the gas to be the owner of one service station on Houston Street. New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission decided that the station is part of the expanded historic district in SoHo, which was put in place to preserve ornate, cast iron buildings nearby.
Cops say the suspect is seen on surveillance video pointing his gun at a gas station attendant and a customer.
The accusations come after inspectors with the Weights and Measures Office checked whether 325 stations were selling fuel with octane levels as advertised.
Police say two men in their 20s walked into the Mobil station on Queens Boulevard in Rego Park and flashed weapons.
Police say it started when a driver asked to pay for his gas with a check early Monday morning. The attendant refused, saying it’s not store policy.
Firefighters needed the assistance of three neighboring departments, including the FDNY, to get the roaring blaze under control.
County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi said 65-year-old Nisan Ambaroglu of Paramus was working at the station in Jefferson Township when the incident occurred Saturday.
Weights and Measures officials cited a Delta gas station in Newark after inspectors found a pump dispensed a gallon less than it charged.
It’s hard not to think you’re being gouged when you see the gas prices spike, and in some cases, you are. Aside from that, though, the buying and selling of gasoline is a complicated business based on anticipation as much as reality.