A gallon of gas in Massachusetts has inched up a penny in the past week, but remains a nickel below the national average.
Here’s something Interesting…Someone earning $50,000 with a commute could be earning $12 an hour after taxes and expenses.
The price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts has plunged 9 cents in the past week and is now a full dime below the national average.
After several weeks of rising prices, the cost of gasoline in Massachusetts is falling again.
The cost of gasoline in Massachusetts has crept up another 4 cents per gallon in the past week.
Massachusetts gas prices continue to drop, but not at the double-digit rate they had been in recent weeks.
Gas prices in Massachusetts have now fallen for 18 consecutive weeks.
The price of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has dropped for the 17th consecutive week.
Two competing gas stations may be headed under two dollars.
Before we know it we will be writing 2015! So what were my thoughts last year at this time?