• The Fort Mill Town Council voted to have the town join the Conservation Foundation's Successful Communities Program.
• All Tega Cay policemen were taking first responder courses.
• Pat Harkey and Polly Collins were co-chairs of the American Cancer Society's "Street Fight" program.
• John Hatchell officially became Fort Mill's new town manager.
• Dale Williams, 11, displayed a two-foot-long hornets' nest he found in a tree near his home. The nest was placed in the Riverview School nature collection.
• Bruce Nims, a Fort Mill High School senior, was awarded a $4,000 King Teen scholarship to Wofford College.
• Soloists and choral groups from Fort Mill High School and Riverview School amassed 10 superior ratings at the State Choral Festival held at Presbyterian College.
• Ann Yarborough and David Phifer were selected as Indian Land High School's Girls State and Boys State representatives.
• Thomas K. Gaither was employed as office manager at town hall.
• The new sanctuary of the Second Baptist Church was dedicated in an all-day service.
• A two-week-old baby boy was abandoned at the home of Mr. Braswell in the Pleasant Valley Community.
• Capt. F.M. Mack was re-elected superintendent of the Fort Mill School District.
• The yearly street tax of $2 was due and payable at the office of the town treasurer.
• The Rev J.L. Harley, former pastor of St. John's M.E. Church of Fort Mill, was elected superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League of South Carolina.