WASHINGTNO, D.C. -- Gasoline prices in the U.S. and in Pennsylvania have hit their lowest level in three months.
The Energy Department reports the national average price for a gallon of regular stands at $2.73, down nearly six cents from last week.
In the state capital, Harrisburg's average is $2.70 a gallon, down seven cents from last Wednesday.
However, the price is still 20 cents higher per gallon than this time last year.
The last time prices were this low was on March 1st.
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