Tuesday, January 9, 2007
After more than two months of steady increases in gas prices throughout the area, the rates have finally dropped.
AAA of Southern New England reports that in the past week, Massachusetts gas prices have dropped two cents to $2.33.
This morning, consumers can find gas at some stations in Boston's western suburbs for below $2.20, according to reports on the massachusettsgasprices.com site.
The Interstate station at 580 Washington St., Wrentham, for example, offers gas for $2.19 as does the GASCO station at South Main Street and Route 140 in Milford.
-- Adam Sell