Progress Reported on Fenton's Chrysler TIF Site, Master Plan CreatedWhen asked if the jobs will be comparable to the salaries when Chrysler was operational, Polizzi said, "It's still to be seen. I've heard yes and I've heard no on that. I think the tech jobs will definitely be there."
Local Fire Departments Team Up With Project LifesaverProject Lifesaver is a nationwide program designed to prevent people who suffer from Autism and Alzheimer's going missing.
Fenton Approves Incentives for Chrysler Plant PropertyThe tax breaks now go to a St. Louis County TIF commission.
These Are the St. Louis Area Sports Authority Locations ClosingThe retailer says it plans to close or sell about 140 stores and two distribution centers.
Fenton Treatment Plant Receives Power from GeneratorMore repairs are needed, and MSD predicts the plant will be back to full operation by April.
Fenton Logistics Park Plans Move ForwardFenton is letting St. Louis County create a 23-year Tax Increment Finance district to help rehab the site off I-44, which Mayor Kevin Polizzi says has been blighted for years.
Sewage Still Pouring from Fenton Treatment PlantMSD Spokesman Sean Hadley tells KMOX that crews are working around the clock to repair severe damage caused by the December flooding.
MSD Says Fenton Plant Will Be Fully Functional This SpringFive million gallons a day - that's how much untreated waste water, or raw sewage, is being pumped into the Meramec River every day in Fenton.
FEMA Encouraging Flood Victims to Register for Disaster AssitanceFederal and state grants and loans available.
Soccer Park Recovering From Record Flood DamageWithout insurance, park could use help covering almost $1 million in damage.
Second Wastewater Treatment Plant Flooded in St. LouisThe public is asked to avoid contact with any flood water or sewage in low-lying flooded areas near the plant.
UPDATE: MoDOT: I-55 at the Meramec River in Arnold May CloseThe biggest rumor Blair wants to put to rest: I-55 at the Meramec River in the city of Arnold is open," he says. "Yes the water is close to the road, and yes, we're aware of that."