After four consecutive weeks of price increases, the average gas price held steady for the third week in March at $3.48 per gallon.
Gasoline prices were up another $0.03 in Massachusetts the week of March 6, 2011, to $3.48 per gallon.
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.
Is the daily price hike of gasoline starting to get you down? Well, has it ever occurred to you that you can save on gas, just by buying food?
Local gasoline prices continue to go higher, but at least on expert thinks we may have reached a plateau.
Local gas prices continue to rise.
Local gasoline prices finally head back in a favoroable direction for consumers.
A big jump in local gasoline prices, thanks to a couple of things. News from OPEC of an increase in global demand and a weakened dollar have pushed up the price of oil, and that […]
For the first time since April, we’re seeing a substantial rise in the local price of gasoline.
Great news at the gas pump this week. According to AAA of Southern New England, gasoline prices are at their lowest point of the year.