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Gas Prices Rise, Proving That What Goes Down Comes Back Up

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By    |   Monday, 18 May 2015 10:04 AM

Something we haven't heard in awhile: Gasoline prices are on the rise, just in time for the busy Memorial Day travel weekend.

The Associated Press reported AAA as saying in its weekly report that the national average price for a gallon of unleaded was $2.70, compared with $2.66 a week ago. Still, prices are nearly a dollar lower than a year ago.

Gas prices in the District of Columbia were up 5 cents on Sunday compared to a week earlier. The average price in D.C. was $2.79 per gallon on Sunday.

In Maryland, the average price on Friday was $2.64, compared with $2.63 a week earlier. A month ago, the average price was $2.38 per gallon in Maryland.

In Delaware, prices were mostly flat. The average remained $2.60 per gallon on Sunday and was the same a week earlier.

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