PRICE OF GAS OVER THANKSGIVING COULD BREAK RECORD

Add gas to the list of things that are expected to cost Pennsylvanians more this Thanksgiving.  GasBuddy reports the national average price for a gallon of gasoline over Thanksgiving weekend is expected to be three dollars and 68-cents.  That’s almost 30-cents per gallon higher than last year and about 22-cents per gallon more than the previous record of three dollars and 44-cents set in 2012.  Despite the expense, GasBuddy estimates that there could be a 20-percent increase in travel for the holiday.