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73-Year-Old Man Accused Of Trying Torch Tent With Couple Inside

A 73-year-old man is being held without bail, facing attempted arson and attempted murder charges. Police say Jack Aiguier tried to set fire to a tent where a couple was sleeping on Tuesday morning.


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Gas Prices Down Another Nickel In Mass.

The cost of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts has dropped for the fourth consecutive week.


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Massachusetts Gas Prices Inch Up A Penny

Massachusetts gas prices have inched up a penny, the fourth consecutive week of higher prices.


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Mass. Gas Prices Now Lowest In 3 Months

AAA reported Tuesday that prices dropped for the eighth consecutive week to an average of $3.61 for a gallon of self-serve, regular.


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Mass. Gas Prices Drop For Fifth Week In A Row

Gas prices are down in Massachusetts for the fifth consecutive week.


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Coakley Cracking Down On Gas Price Gouging

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is warning gas stations against price gouging as the cost of gasoline continues to climb.

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Raynham Asks AG To Look Into Gas Gouging

Gas prices are racing toward $4 a gallon, and Raynham selectmen are asking the Attorney General to investigate if gas stations are jacking up their prices just to make a buck.


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A Bit Of Relief; Mass. Gas Prices Hold Steady

After four consecutive weeks of price increases, the average gas price held steady for the third week in March at $3.48 per gallon.


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Gas Prices Keep Creeping Up

´╗┐Gasoline prices were up another $0.03 in Massachusetts the week of March 6, 2011, to $3.48 per gallon.


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Curious About Rising Gas Prices

Gas prices keep soaring, and now the government is warning they could be as high as four dollars a gallon this summer. Prices have risen every day for three weeks, and are now fourteen cents higher than they were last week.