A patient, complaining of dizziness and having difficulty breathing, requires an electrocardiogram and blood transfusion. As he receives the transfusion, the man goes into cardiac arrest, setting off a series of beeps and flashing lights in his room and outside in the hospital hallway - what is called a "Code Blue."
Imagine leisurely waking up after a good night's sleep. As the sun begins to pour through the window, you pick up an in-room menu and, with the click of a button, place an order for some scrambled eggs and bacon ... and add a blueberry muffin for good measure.
"Anxious. Nervous. Prepared."
Flowery Branch voters will head back to the polls in June to decide on new leadership.
Oakwood City Council members are in agreement that something must be done to address residential parking restrictions in the community.
The sky was gray but the streets of downtown Flowery Branch were green on Saturday as the second annual Irish Band Jam brought a bit of the Emerald Isle closer to home.
A public hearing on a proposed Oakwood ordinance limiting parking in front of houses is scheduled for Monday.
Tuesday's lunch menu at C.W. Davis Middle School could better be described as brunch.
At first blush, it may sound a little nuts to willingly ask someone to place multiple needles in your skin, but proponents say the practice is useful for alleviating a variety of ailments, from chronic pain to depression.
All property needed for the construction of a roundabout has been acquired by Flowery Branch, moving that particular project forward.
Work done on the railroad going through Flowery Branch should provide a smoother ride for vehicles and trains alike.
For some of the smaller cities in Hall County, sales tax revenue means assistance in routine infrastructure maintenance.
An amendment to an agreement between Flowery Branch and Buford exchanges two sewer service areas between the cities.
A visit to downtown Flowery Branch will often provide a view of a city employee crossing Main Street, going from one government office to another on opposite sides of the street.
Susan Shaw wants what any mother would want - for her child to have every opportunity to do what he wants in life.
Flowery Branch city leaders are considering amending an existing ordinance to more clearly specify tree usage in subdivisions.
Area residents don't have too much longer to wait for the opening of a long-anticipated South Hall park.
Two new members will join the Flowery Branch City Council as of June.
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