Rabies clinics this weekend

Published July 14, 1993|Updated Oct. 9, 2005

Pasco County Animal Control has scheduled two more rabies inoculation clinics for dogs and cats. The first is set from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at Zephyrhills Park, 38110 County Road 54. The second is from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Moon Lake Park, 8985 Lake Drive. The cost for vaccination at Saturday's clinic is $6 per animal; at Sunday's clinic, $5 per animal. The cost is determined by the veterinarians with whom the county contracts. License tags also will be available. Checks will be accepted for tag purchases. Owners should bring cash for inoculations. All animals must be on leashes or in pet carriers. For information, call Animal Control at (813) 849-3730 in New Port Richey, (813) 929-1212 in Land O'Lakes or (904) 567-0234 in Dade City.

Woman charged in death

A St. Petersburg woman has been charged with DUI-manslaughter in the death of her passenger in a March 28 accident, according to court documents. Jane Antongiorgi, 37, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.12 percent several hours after losing control of her 1982 Toyota at U.S. 41 and Dale Mabry Highway just north of the Pasco-Hillsborough county line, according to an affidavit. The car flipped several times. Juanita Resto, 37, of 3600 Third Ave. S in St. Petersburg, died at the scene. Antongiorgi suffered minor injuries. Antongiorgi, of 8400 49th St., was being held at the West Pasco Detention Center on Tuesday in lieu of $10,000 bail.


Stephanie Weber will play the lead female role of Content Delville in this weekend's production of Marriage Go Round at Richey Suncoast Theatre in New Port Richey. Melinda Jackson will play the Swedish girl, Katrin Sweg. Because of incorrect information provided to the Times, Tuesday's West Pasco column misstated who was playing the roles.

Season Gage was pictured in a family photo published on Page 3 of Tuesday's Pasco Times. The photo, which showed her with a quilt she was making, was misidentified as her stepsister.