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Gas prices top $3 per gallon locally -- again

Posted by Martin Finucane May 3, 2007 05:00 PM


Okay, so it's not this bad -- yet
(Gas prices at a San Francisco station last month, AP Photo by Jeff Chiu)


That giant sucking sound you hear is your money going into your gas tank.

The price for a gallon of gas has once again crept above $3.00 at some area stations, according to spotter reports posted on massachusettsgasprices.com.

That's a substantial amount above a low of $2.16 that we saw in early February, AAA reports. The average price has been rising ever since.

The gas prices website reports that gas is sold at one station in Holliston for $3.04 and at stations in Milford and Franklin for $3.01.

AAA recommends that drivers shop around for the best-priced gas to save money.

-- Adam Sell

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