Top Headlines: Senior Scammed Out of $18,000; Largo Open Air Market Closing
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The suspects claimed they needed the money to obtain American citizenship, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
Officials pulled the plug on the weekly Community Center event, citing low attendance and declining vendor participation.
Largo Fire Chief Mike Wallace has been the subject of an internal investigation.
A Japanese/Italian restaurant, ecigarette and pet store recently opened in Largo.
The founder of the franchise along with hundreds of patrons turned out for the re-opening of the East Bay Drive eatery.
Construction crews are working feverishly putting the finishing touches on the new facility, according to Largo officials.
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