Christopher Yee, Redlands Daily Facts

Christopher Yee

Redlands Daily Facts

Pasadena, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christopher:

Five crowd-pleasing floats from Wednesday’s 2020 Rose Parade

Some floats drew bigger reactions than others from people watching in person as well as those commenting via social media. → Read More

The top five moments from the 2020 Rose Parade

The parade was filled with its usual pageantry and history on a sunny, warm New Year’s Day. → Read More

Rose Parade, Bandfest reconnect Princess Mia Thorsen with her family’s Salvadoran roots

Member of 2020 Rose Court became an instant celebrity with members of Banda El Salvador Grande Como Su Gente and sparked a trip to Central American nation where more than half her extended family l… → Read More

For Saugus High musicians, Rose Parade and Bandfest offer chance to heal after traumatic campus shooting

In October, Treanor and three other Saugus marching-band performers were selected to become members of the Pasadena City College Honor Band. On Sunday, they performed, along with other high-proflle… → Read More

Temple City won’t have an election in March after all

Here’s why. → Read More

West Covina to shift rules on ‘granny flats’

Just when West Covina thought it had sorted out the rules for granny flats, new state laws go into effect Jan. 1, 2020 and change everything. → Read More

Azusa voters will decide whether to pay more sales tax locally

Officials believe the extra tax has the ability to raise between $4 million and $4.5 million annually. Here’s why the city needs it. → Read More

West Covina is now officially the home to Jollibee’s North American HQ – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Jollibee celebrated the opening of its new headquarters in West Covina Tuesday. → Read More

Winter homeless shelter moves from Pomona to La Puente

The winter shelter that operated last year in Pomona is set to operate this year in the gym at Bassett Park in La Puente. → Read More

San Gabriel Valley cities to band together to seek affordable housing funding

Rather than going it solo, here’s how working as one helps. → Read More

Covina remembers fallen police officer on fifth anniversary of his death

About 200 people gathered to remember Jordan Corder on Monday night. → Read More

Covina to hold candlelight vigil on fifth anniversary of fallen officer’s death – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The candlelight memorial is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday outside the Covina Police Department. → Read More

The Ice Cream Shop brings Fosselman’s fare to Glendora – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The Ice Cream Shop opened in Glendora on Monday. → Read More

Azusans believe city needs more money, is sales tax increase coming?

A proposed sales tax increase would take it to 10.25% in Azusa — the state maximum level. Here’s how Azusans feel about that. → Read More

Hundreds of rodent droppings, live cockroaches lead to closure of Rowland Heights restaurant

Restaurants closed from Sept. 1 to Sept. 7 were in Covina, La Puente, Pico Rivera, Rowland Heights, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena and Walnut. → Read More

West Covina hospital moves one step closer to massive refurbishment, expansion

The new and renovated buildings would bring the campus’ total size to 1.58 million square feet. Here’s what we know about the environmental impacts. → Read More

A new hotel could be coming to downtown Azusa

The site for the hotel is on San Gabriel Avenue just south of Foothill Boulevard. → Read More

LA County engages in massive outreach, blood-test effort for those near City of Industry battery recycling plant

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health also offered free blood testing to check for lead unusually high lead levels in residents near the battery recycling plant Saturday. → Read More

San Gabriel Valley communities grapple with bullying

Rowland Unified School District and Azusa are both holding anti-bullying events in coming weeks. → Read More

Rodent droppings in kitchen, on microwave, force closure of Alhambra bar

Other restaurants closed were in Alhambra, La Mirada, La Puente, Monterey Park, Santa Fe Springs and San Gabriel. → Read More