Alex Flum, WHSVnews

Alex Flum


North Bethesda, MD, United States

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Past articles by Alex:

Horizons Edge offering summer camp for kids

A summer sports camp will begin next week at Horizons Edge Sports Campus in Rockingham County. → Read More

2020 Rockingham County Fair still on as of now

Fair organizers are working hard to make this year's fair possible. It's currently scheduled for August 17-22. → Read More

Local fire departments create new fire and EMT training program

Harrisonburg, Rockingham and Augusta counties are coming together to form a fire and EMT academy. → Read More

Local prosecutor discusses Virginia marijuana decriminalization

This week, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed a bill impacting marijuana laws in Virginia. Augusta County Commonwealth's Attorney Tim Martin tells WHSV that it's a change in law but not a change that will have a huge impact on how people facing marijuana related charges will be prosecuted. → Read More

JMU professor using computers to fight coronavirus

A biology professor at James Madison University is doing his part in the fight against the coronavirus. → Read More

Harrisonburg dentist office open following guidelines

After being closed for some time, some dental practices in the Valley are open again, including Harrisonburg Family and Cosmetic Dentistry. → Read More

Horizons Edge Sports Campus planning to open in June

As Virginia slowly moves toward re-opening the state, Horizons Edge Sports Campus in Rockingham County is developing its own plan to re-open. → Read More

Page County schools to hold makeshift graduations

Page County is planning special high school graduations for its seniors. → Read More

USBA announces loans for small agricultural businesses

On Monday, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced loans for agricultural businesses with less than 500 employees. → Read More

Harrisonburg encouraging absentee voting

In Harrisonburg, the Democratic caucus is ongoing and the Republican primary is next month. → Read More

COVID-19 impacting Ramadan traditions

The month-long Muslim holiday of Ramadan is being affected by the coronavirus. → Read More

Local Republican lawmakers respond to Virginia governor's proposal to postpone elections

Republican politicians in the Shenandoah Valley are opposing Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's decision to try and postpone municipal elections scheduled for May to November. → Read More

Harrisonburg adds 10-minute parking spaces to increase business

The city of Harrisonburg is encouraging people to support local businesses through take-out. → Read More

Coronavirus has realtors taking extra precautions

The coronavirus has realtors in Virginia being extra careful when showing homes for sale. → Read More

Hemp industry could see economic impact from COVID-19

Despite concerns of the economy during the pandemic, the hemp industry aims to keep trending up. → Read More

Mulligan's Golf Center offering unique program

Mulligan's Golf Center, just south of Harrisonburg, is offering Operation 36. → Read More

Sports betting bills pass in Va. House and Senate

Legal sports betting could soon be coming to Virginia. → Read More

Mobile homeless shelter Open Doors needs winter clothes

A local organization that helps the homeless is in need of winter clothes. → Read More

JMU Volleyball team raising money for fellow player

The James Madison University women's volleyball team is raising money and support for one of their own. → Read More

Family, investigators looking for answers after hit & run crash in Harrisonburg

A local family is hoping for a speedy recovery while Harrisonburg police continue to search for a suspect in a hit and run crash involving a bicyclist. → Read More