MASS. GAS PRICES WELL ABOVE THIS TIME LAST YEAR
The higher gas prices that took hold after hurricanes slammed Gulf of Mexico refineries have only fallen slightly and are hanging at an average price that is 37 cents a gallon higher than at this time last year.
AAA Northeast reported Monday that its latest weekly survey found gas averaging $2.48 a gallon in Massachusetts, the same as last week, and 22 cents higher than in late August, before Hurricane Harvey smashed into Texas.
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