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Gas Prices Falling

February 24th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

Local gasoline prices continue to decrease across the Mid-Atlantic region, although not as significant as the previous week’s declines. In Cumberland, prices at the pump down a cent from last week to $2.65. Today’s national gas price average is $2.52, which is down two cents in the last week and the last month, but 23 cents higher than this time last year. Maryland’s average is two cents lower than the national price at $2.50 per gallon, which is three cents lower than last week and eight cents less than last month, but 23 cents higher than last year’s price on this date. 

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November 28th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

As Thanksgiving holiday travelers return home today through Sunday, many will be paying lower gas prices than when they filled up their vehicle before their trip.  The nationwide average price for a gallon of gas today is $2.05 a gallon, which is five cents lower compared to a week ago, a 15 cents per gallon drop from last month, and a 75 cents decline versus the price at this time a year ago.  More than half of U.S. stations are selling gas for less than $2 per gallon. Marylanders returning home will find the average price for gas at $2.08 per gallon, which is four cents less than last week, eight cents a gallon less than a month ago and 75 cents less than last year on this date. In Cumberland the average price down two cents from a week ago at $2.12 a gallon with some stations as low as $2.07

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