Like almost all places in America, Wyndmoor, Pa. has been heavily impacted by rising fuel prices. During a recent visit I saw the results along Willow Grove Avenue, a major thoroughfare. The fuel station price postings were causing sticker shock. A sign in front of the local True Value Hardware store read: "Save Gas, Shop Local." The proprietor of nearby Tony's Pizza City lamented a slight falloff in sales as squeezed families began to eschew eating out in favor of shopping in grocery ...

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