R.I. gas prices fall 1 cent this week

Attendant Marv Aldridge fills a customer's car with gasoline at a full service pump at a Beck's station in Princeton, Illinois. Gas prices in RI dropped one cent, three cents nationally, this week. /BLOOMBERG PHOTO/ FILE DANIEL ACKER
GAS PRICES CONTINUE THEIR DROP, even as demand is expected to go up with record numbers of people expected to travel over the holidays. This week, regular gasoline prices in Rhode Island and Massachusetts both dropped 2 cents per gallon. /BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ DANIEL ACKER
PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island gas prices dropped 1 cent this week, according to AAA Northeast on Monday. Self-serve regular unleaded is averaging $2.35 per gallon. Year over year, the average price has risen 12 cents.  AAA also reported that the state has a 30-cent price range for regular unleaded gas, $2.19 to $2.49 per gallon. Rhode…

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