All good things must come to an end. Experts say the steady drop in gas prices across the country is one of those things.
Motorists in Maryland are paying 11 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
When the dog days of summer arrive, it’s time to chow down. Baltimore City’s annual restaurant week is into its final days.
Millions of Americans are heading home from their holiday destinations, and it seems travel this Fourth of July may have hit their wallet and patience a little harder.
Expect to pay more at the pump. Conflicts in Iraq have substantially caused gas to go up.
Motorists in Maryland are paying three cents more at the pump when compared with a week ago.
There is an economic side to the escalating violence in Iraq. The country is OPEC’s second largest producer of oil. If Sunni Muslim militants gain control of the oil fields, that could drastically affect supply.
Motorists in Maryland are paying two cents more at the pump when compared with a week ago.
Pain at the pump. With the arrival of spring, gas prices soar to a six-month high. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, it’s going to get worse.
It may be on the other side of the country, but the devastating drought happening in California right now could soon have a major impact on grocery budgets in Maryland.
A fight at the pump. Some Howard County business owners are trying to tighten regulations to keep new gas stations out.
Gas prices keep dropping and dropping. Over the last month and a half, drivers have seen some of the lowest prices in a long time.