NEWS YOU CAN USE: Gas prices continue decline


Gas prices continue descend

Gas prices continue to descend towards the four dollar mark.

With gas at $4.047, prices are twenty cents lower than a month ago and at their lowest point in two months, according to AAA’s fuel gauge report.

Prices have been slowly decreasing for more than a month after approaching record highs. The highest recorded average price was $4.411 in July of 2008.

Prices at the pump are down three cents in the past week.

The national average is $3.646, four cents lower than last week.

To locate the lowest price near you, click the gas prices link at the top of the page.

Regents review on demand

School’s almost out for summer, but before kids can enjoy the weather many have to pass their Regents exam. Reviewing for these end of the year exams is now as easy as turning on your television.

Regents Review 2.0 is now available for free on Time Warner On-Demand Channel 1111. The series can also be viewed on WLIW Channel 21.

The shows, hosted by master teachers, are one hour in-depth reviews on 13 different Regents subjects. The subjects covered are Spanish, French, English, Italian, Integrated Algebra, Geometry, Algebra2/Trigonometry, Earth Science, Living Environment, Physics, Global History & Geography, US History & Government and Chemistry.

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