It looks like the price of gas isn't going to wait for the easter holiday to top $4 a gallon.
Several stations in our area raised their prices today to $3.99...a penny shy of that mark.
That's one day after AAA said gas prices across Ohio had fallen an average six cents a gallon in the past week.
The national average for regular unleaded has been close to $3.85 in recent days.
Signs of an improving U.S. economy has bolstered investor confidence and contributed to a rise in crude oil prices.
But higher gasoline prices could crimp the economy by shrinking the amount of money people have to spend.
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