R.I. gas prices rise 2 cents as Mass. sees 3 cent increase

SELF-SERVE, REGULAR UNLEADED gasoline prices in Rhode Island rose 2 cents this week, but remain below the national average. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER
SELF-SERVE, REGULAR UNLEADED gasoline prices in Rhode Island rose 2 cents this week, but remain below the national average. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER
PROVIDENCE – Prices in Rhode Island for self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline increased 2 cents this week to $2.29 per gallon, according to AAA Northeast Monday. Prices in Rhode Island have increased 8 cents in the last 12 months, and are 4 cents lower than the current national average. Prices in the Ocean State for self-serve…

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