Saturday, May 14, 2011

High gas prices bring out governor, savings strategies - Tyler Whitley, Richmond Times-Dispatch

Still, said Zijing Liu, a 19-year-old student at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College who was buying discount gas at the Sam's Club on West Broad Street, "Sam's Club is a few cents cheaper" than other retailers. McDonnell stood in front of the large Siebert's service station, convenience store and take-out café in Henrico where customers stopping to fill their tanks vented their frustration. Regular gas at the station was $3.919 cents a gallon. Latasha Austin, who works for the State Board of Nursing, said, "It's ridiculous. It's getting so you can only go to work and come home." She had just paid $50 to fill up her Nissan Altima.

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