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Gas prices drop

December 12th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Gas prices are falling as Christmas approaches. Heading into the weekend prices at the pump were down four cents from a week ago, with the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded at $2.01. In Maryland the average stands at $2.04, down a nickel from last week- and in Cumberland prices dropped four cents, down to $2.07.

UPDATE:  Some gasoline prices in our area have dropped dramatically below the average, as evidenced by this Friday night photo of the marquee at Sheetz in Cresaptown.

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December 5th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

The national average price at the pump is holding steady after several weeks of a downward slide, which resulted in the lowest gas prices for the Thanksgiving holiday since 2008. Today’s national average of $2.05 per gallon remains the same as last week’s cost but is within pennies of the multi-year low price reached this January. Maryland’s average is three cents higher than the national average at $2.08 per gallon, which also is flat from last week.  However, the state average is seven cents per gallon less than a month ago and 70 cents less than last year on this date. In Cumberland, the average price heading into the weekend stood at $2.11, down one cent from a week ago.


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