• The Christian Church was holding a district convention in Brooks.
• The Griffin City Council increased the school tax.
• It was announced that there would be no more Sunday mail at the Griffin Post Office.
From the annals of 1937
• Lt. W.D. Veal was to be in charge of the Griffin District of the Georgia Highway Patrol.
From the annals of 1962
• A gospel music program was to be held in the Spalding Junior High auditorium. Wendy Bagwell and the Sunlighters, and The Oak Ridge Quartet were to perform.
• School opened with a record enrollment on the first day.
• Griffin was to play Thomaston in the first game of the football season.
From the annals of 2007
• Atlanta radio station 107.9 was hosting a 16th birthday party for Contrail Lindsey.
• Sandy Crosby and Lynda Harris were named co-chairmen of the Concerned Citizens for Commuter Rail Committee.
• The Spalding High softball team won its fifth game in a row, beating Woodland 10-0.
• The Griffin BOC was taking aim at curbing metal thefts.
• The Greater Griffin Christian Home Educator homeschool support group held an open house at the Griffin First Assembly of God.
• The Pike County boys and girls cross country teams finished third in the Jag Invitational.
• Capt. Paul and Deanna Gilliam were the new leaders of the Salvation Army in Griffin.
• A groundbreaking was held for the UGA-Griffin Student Learning Center.
• Spalding County Correctional Institution Warden Arsene Massac resigned after 25 years of service in the county, 21 as C.I. warden.
• The Griffin Bears beat Lithia Springs 23-0 to open the 2007 football season.