— Locals were planning to attend the Southern Baptist Convention.
— It was reported that the state’s cotton crop would be short.
From the annals of 1937
— Mrs. Troy Smith hosted the May meeting of the Altar Society.
— The Griffin Post Office had its best month in its history with receipts of nearly $5,700.
From the annals of 1962
— The Rev. Edd McGhee was to speak at a revival at Southside Baptist Church.
— Imperial Homes was welcomed in Griffin.
From the annals of 1987
— Griffin High School teacher James Cook was set to retire.
— The Griffin High tennis team won the region championship.
From the annals of 2007
— The newly-opened The Grind State Park a joint effort, county and city officials said.
— The Spalding High football team was preparing for spring practice.
— Cowan Road Middle student Ashley Stansell won an essay contest sponsored by the local Daughters of the American Revolution.