Bethlehem water and sewer customers can now pay utility bills through eGovPlus on the city's website www.bethlehem-pa.gov.
The online payment also allows customers to pay using a Visa credit card, an option which was not previously available. A service fee, which is listed on the website, is attached to each online transaction. Customers may still pay bills at City Hall.
Police arrested 28-year-old Daniel Falcon, of South 13th Street in Allentown, for allegedly driving while intoxicated around 11:30 p.m. July 20.
According to police, Falcon's vehicle made an illegal left turn directly in front of a police patrol car on West Fourth Street and was pulled over.
Police said Falcon had an open container of beer in the car and was driving while under suspension.
Falcon is charged with several driving and DUI violations.
Police arrested 31-year-old Angel Nieves during separate, unrelated incidents at local fast-food restaurants late July 21.
According to police, around 11:30 p.m. Nieves, of Ramblewood Lane, was at the Easton Avenue McDonald's trying to sell a necklace to a woman. When she refused to buy, he allegedly spat in her face.
Nieves was arrested for harrassment.
About two hours later a woman at the nearby Arby's saw a man inside her parked car, allegedly attempting tampering with the controls.
Three Bethlehem residents have been named to the dean's list at Alvernia University. The students, all Occupational Therapy majors, are seniors Noel Derhammer and Danielle Manini and freshman Victoria Vidumsky.
To be eligible, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits.
Kathleen Foley of Bethlehem, was named to Keystone College's president's list. The list is comprised of full-time students who complete 12 credits and achieve a grade point average of 4.00.
Northampton Community College
Staff membered honored