BOSTON (AP) — The price of gas in Massachusetts has gone up a penny.
AAA Northeast in its weekly price survey released this week said self-serve, regular gasoline is selling for an average of $2.25 per gallon, up one cent from last week.
The price is six cents below the national average and 49 cents lower than it was in Massachusetts at this time last year.
The cheapest price for communities in the Nashoba Valley, according to gasbuddy.com, are as follows:
* Ayer, $2.36 at Smart Fuel Across America, 42 Littleton Road
* Dunstable, $2.34 at Gulf, 238 Pleasant St.
* Groton, $2.25 at Prime Energy, 619 Boston Road
* Pepperell, $2.23 at Ampet, 9 South Road
* Shirley, $2.29 at Citgo, 10 Front St.
* Townsend, $2.25 at Haffner’s, 197 Main St.
AAA found self-serve, regular selling in Massachusetts for as low as $2.11 per gallon and as high as $2.45.