Roughly 50 people have called New Jersey’s Division of Consumer Affairs about price gouging of gas, batteries, bottled water and hotel rooms.
Friday’s 12-inch water main break continued to cause problems for hundreds of residents in Washington Heights.
An investigation reveals the temptation to steal gas from New York’s state-owned fuel pumps has apparently been too great for some workers.
Drivers in parts of Long Island will have to wait for a break from rising gas prices because of a communications error.
The legislation was signed back in August, months before unrest overseas pushed the average price of gas on Long Island to nearly $3.60 a gallon.
The temperatures are low and filling up at the gas station will leave our bank accounts the same way.
A gas main explosion that sent a 50-foot fireball into the sky, left one person dead, injured five others and forced dozens of residents from their homes.
Travelers are hitting the roads, rails, and skies and there is information you need to know!
$3.05 a gallon is the national average for regular unleaded gasoline, according to the Lundberg Survey, and prices are rising.
We used to hear that when the summer ends, gas prices go down, right? Wrong!
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