Gas prices are trending lower after a small jump at the pump last week.
According to both AAA and GasBuddy analysts, gas prices in Tennessee rose 1.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.59 on Sunday.
Gas prices in Tennessee declined for the 28th consecutive day on Sunday.
Motorists are now getting some welcome relief from high prices at the pump as gas prices continue to steadily decline, AAA analysis’s said in a Monday news release.
According to a Monday report from AAA, gas prices are continuing to decline for the third week in a row.
As of Monday, national gas prices averaged at $2.95 per gallon, with Tennessee’s statewide average at $2.70.
In March, local entrepreneur and Symply Health CEO John Cannon officially announced the launch of his new cryptocurrency mining company, Symply Data Centers.
Future bankers attending East Tennessee State University will receive additional support for educational activities and materials as a result of a grant provided by the First Tennessee Foundation.
As part of “Operation Cryptosweep,” TDCI will issue a series of consumer alerts during the week of May 21-25 to raise public awareness and urge caution when investing in cryptocurrencies.
At Tuesday’s Career Expo, held at Johnson City’s Holiday Inn, young people from across Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia were looking for a way off the proverbial treadmill of low-wage work.
More than 41.5 million Americans are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
As the world holds its breath until U.S. President Donald Trump decides whether or not to extend the Iranian Nuclear Deal on May 12, analysts from GasBuddy and AAA say the price of oil depends on this decision.
Monday was the conclusion to the highest April gas prices in four years, according to a AAA report.
Americans are paying some of the most expensive gas prices in years, according to a AAA report released Monday.
“Instability in the Middle East does have ramifications for the price of energy, which is one reason the United States is working to become energy independent, but American involvement in Syria is first and foremost about putting an end to a horrific abuse with chemical weapons that simply cannot be tolerated” — U.S. Rep. Phil Roe.