Massachusetts gas prices continue to drop, but remain well above the national average.
Gasoline prices in Massachusetts continue to fall, down another nickel in the past week.
The price of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has dropped by 8 cents in the past week, but the cost remains well above the national average.
The cost of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has dropped 2 cents in the past week, but the average price remains well above the national average and where it was pegged a month ago.
Massachusetts gasoline prices continued to surge another 9 cents per gallon in the past week.
The reason for the sudden spike in prices, experts say, is the political tension in Egypt and increased demand because of the summer driving season.
Most of us will put some gas in our car this weekend and the good news is it will cost less than it did last year.
AAA Southern New England reported Monday that self-serve, regular is down to an average of $3.49 per gallon.
State officials say they checked on more than 100 gas stations in the days leading up to the Memorial Day weekend to make sure all prices were being properly posted.
The price of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has plummeted 9 cents in the past week.