• Griffin High held graduation exercises.
• A Sunday school picnic was held at Warm Springs.
• Louise Walker won the Austin Medal.
• The Central Railroad adopted a telephone system for operating its trains.
From the annals of 1937
• Mrs. R.G. Hunt was elected regent of the Pulaski Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
• Mrs. Charles Lamb spoke at a meeting of the Wisteria Garden Club.
From the annals of 1962
• Peggy Anderson was honored with a birthday party.
• A local 5-year-old boy died in an old refrigerator.
• A moonshine center was raided in Pike County.
• Barbara Bankston was to marry Mike Bufford.
• Astronaut Scott Carpenter made three orbits around the earth.
• The Quarter-horse show was to be held in Griffin.
• Haskell Conkle was named to the Pharmacy Association state board.
• Wayne Olson won a scholarship.
• Mrs. Robert C. Walker was named Woman of the Year.
• Mrs. Grady Black was named Auxiliary president.
• The Griffin baseball team beat Cherokee 3-2.
• Outstanding students at Griffin High were honored as hundreds were presented with Achievement Awards.
• The Griffin baseball team beat Gordon 10-2.
• Sinclair Hollberg hit two home runs in the same inning in a youth baseball game.
From the annals of 1987
• Al Unser won the Indy 500.
• The city of Griffin considered getting expert advice on water figures.
• The Vogtle Plant costs figured into Griffin rate hikes.
• Playboy magazine was allowed to be sold in Hall County for the first time in seven years.
• The average teacher pay in the U.S. was nearly $27,000.
• Griffin High School honored its seniors in the honors day program.
From the annals of 2007
• A town hall meeting for the commuter rail issue was planned.
• Norcom and the Griffin-Spalding School System were teaming up to offer classroom supplies to local teachers.
• The Curves Bar & Grill was not giving up fight to have nude dancing.