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Heating oil prices tumbling in N.E.

Residents may face lower costs this winter

The lunchtime crowd at Tweed’s Pub in Worcester has increased from the summer, a boost owner Jim Donoghue attributes to lower gas prices alleviating the strain on customers’ budgets.
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / November 5, 2006

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For the first time in years, New England residents head into winter with a chance of paying less for heating oil than they did the previous year. (Full article: 943 words)

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