Lisa P. White, East Bay Times

Lisa P. White

East Bay Times

Walnut Creek, CA, United States

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  • San Jose Mercury News
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Past articles by Lisa:

Orinda voters support library parcel tax hike, survey finds

Sixty-six percent of respondents supported raising the annual library parcel tax to $64 from $39. → Read More

Sale of Lafayette Crosses property hits stumbling block

A councilman has appealed a decision designed to make the hillside property more attractive to developers → Read More

Moraga brothers found dead in trailer park had the flu

Since October, 127 Californians under 65 have died from the illness → Read More

Moraga brothers found dead in trailer park had the flu

Since October, 127 Californians under 65 have died from the illness → Read More

Watch: Topaz the golden eagle predicts Super Bowl winner

Will Topaz choose her brothers in feathers the Philadelphia Eagles or the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl LII? → Read More

Watch: Topaz the golden eagle predicts Super Bowl winner

Will Topaz choose her brothers in feathers the Philadelphia Eagles or the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl LII? → Read More

East Bay lawmakers host “A Conversation on Race”

The event with Reps. Barbara Lee and Mark DeSaulnier is Feb. 3 at Contra Costa College in San Pablo. → Read More

New Contra Costa County health services director appointed

Anna Roth, the former chief executive officer of Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and Health Centers, is replacing Dr. William Walker. → Read More

Waitlist opens for Concord low-income apartments

Satellite Affordable Housing Associates is accepting applications from Feb. 2-16 for two-bedroom units in a complex on Robin Lane → Read More

Paralyzed College Park High School wrestler regains some movement

Ryan Joseph, a College Park High School sophomore who was paralyzed during a wrestling match earlier this month, has regained some movement in his shoulders and arms, according to school Athletic D… → Read More

Paralyzed College Park High School wrestler regains some movement

Ryan Joseph, a College Park High School sophomore who was paralyzed during a wrestling match earlier this month, has regained some movement in his shoulders and arms, according to school Athletic D… → Read More

Paralyzed College Park High School wrestler regains some movement

Ryan Joseph, a College Park High School sophomore who was paralyzed during a wrestling match earlier this month, has regained some movement in his shoulders and arms, according to school Athletic Director Jim Keck. → Read More

Concord likely to begin district council elections in November

On Feb. 6, the council will hold its first meeting to review four draft maps with five council districts of roughly equal population. → Read More

With rents soaring, Concord to invest millions in affordable housing

By 2023, Concord expects to have $14 million in its affordable housing fund. That money could help developers build new apartment projects or rehab existing rental properties. → Read More

Developer pitches soccer stadium, hotel complex for Concord

Walnut Creek developer Mark Hall wants to build a stadium for his professional soccer team on a vacant property near the downtown Concord BART station. The proposed project includes hotels, a confe… → Read More

Developer pitches pro soccer stadium, hotel complex for Concord

Walnut Creek developer Mark Hall wants to build a stadium for his professional soccer team on a vacant property near the downtown Concord BART station. The proposed project includes hotels, a conve… → Read More

Developer pitches soccer stadium, hotel complex for Concord

Walnut Creek developer Mark Hall wants to build a stadium for his professional soccer team on a vacant property near the downtown Concord BART station. The proposed project includes hotels, a conference center and shops. → Read More

Free flu vaccines today in Concord

The Mt. Diablo Adult Education Health Fair is from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Jan. 25. → Read More

Otter found in Walnut Creek business park had been shot

The injured and disoriented adult male was discovered behind the Safeway in the Orchards shopping center. → Read More

Concord dog parks to close for annual maintenance

The two dog parks will not close at the same time. → Read More