| | Advanced Search

 

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Red Peppers and Potatoes Frittata—End of summer combination with red peppers and…

Rhode Island Ranked Third Worst in Nation for Online College Students—Rhode Island has ranked as the third worst…

Arrivals & Departures Highlight Emotional Day At Gillette Stadium—The New England Patriots and New England Revolution…

Block Calls Out Raimondo For Failing To Support 2010 Tax Reform—Republican candidate for Governor Ken Block has blasted…

Fung Blasts Block for Government Contract Extension and Refusal to Release Tax Returns—Republican candidate for Governor Allan Fung has called…

Saul Kaplan: 3 Simple Words to Revolutionize the World—How many people end business meetings with an…

Coming to Rhythm and Roots - Charles Bradley—Charles Bradley is experiencing a late life awakening.

CORE Fitness To Present Digital Screen Indoor Cycling and Metabolic Workouts—Rhode Island based CORE Fitness and Pilates Mind/Body…

NEW: Former Smiley Staffers Join Elorza Ranks—Democratic candidate for Mayor Jorge Elorza has brought…

NEW: Pell Launches Television Ad “Hope”—Democratic candidate for Governor Clay Pell has released…

 
 

NEW: Gas Prices Down Four Cents

Monday, July 02, 2012

 

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down four cents this week, the eleventh consecutive week of decreases, according to AAA Southern New England.

AAA’s July 2nd survey of prices in Rhode Island found self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $3.47 per gallon, four cents less than last week. Prices locally have dropped 50 cents since the peak gas price seen in the April 16th survey.

The current price is 15 cents above the national average for regular unleaded of $3.32. A year ago at this time Rhode Island’s average price was $3.70.
 

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

Comments:

Gas prices are down in the terrible Obama Economy. When we vote him out, and the economy improves, gas prices will rise. Then you will see all the lefties, who wouldn't know Economics from Astrology, will complain about Republicans being "in bed with Big Oil." Of course, they did not say a word when gas prices doubled under Obama.

Comment #1 by Michael Trenn on 2012 07 04




Commenting is not available in this channel entry.