By Pittsburgh Business Times

After last week's rise, gasoline prices fell more than a penny in western Pennsylvania this week.

The average price of a gallon of gasoline was $3.48 in western Pennsylvania, according to the AAA East Central Fuel Gauge released Tuesday. That's down 1.5 cents from a week ago. But it's still 61 cents more than the $2.87 a gallon a year ago.

The lowest prices was $3.43 a gallon found in New Castle; the highest prices were $3.51 a gallon in Uniontown and Jeanette.

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