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Mideast tension to blame for rising gas prices

A customer of Cumberland Farms in Fonda gets ready to pump a tankful of gas at a price of $3.75 a gallon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
A customer of Cumberland Farms in Fonda gets ready to pump a tankful of gas at a price of $3.75 a gallon.
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Gas prices will be higher than they have been this Labor Day weekend, but it’s not because retailers are looking to take advantage of your travel plans. If it weren’t for heightened unrest in Syria, gas prices probably would have continued their downward slide into the weekend, said AAA Northway spokesman Eric Stigberg. But with the possibility of a U.S. attack on Syria looming this week, prices at the pump have begun a noticeable uptick. ...


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