April 25 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2018: Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin publicized highlights of his proposed 2019 Birmingham budget.
- 2016: Mayor of Alexander City Charles Shaw and Alexander City Council member Tony Goss fought during a council meeting.
- 1979: The 1979 Bessemer City Hall letter bomb was mailed.
- 1939: East Park was formally rededicated at Marconi Park in honor of the Italian inventor.
- 1913: The 1913 Potlatch Powwow and Ball at East Lake Park was nearly rained out.
- 1904: Russell Cunningham was sworn in as acting Governor while William D. Jelks was hospitalized out of state.
- 1894: The 1894 Reunion of United Confederate Veterans commenced.
- 1975: Mayor of Lipscomb Lance McDade was born in Dayton, Ohio.
- 1957: Basketball player Johnny High was born in Birmingham.
- 1919: Tuskegee Airman Don Cummings was born in Dublin, Georgia.
- 1915: Blues guitarist Johnny Shines was born in Frayser, Tennessee.
- 1903: Baseball player John Wilson was born in Coal City.
- 2020: AME Zion pastor, former WATV owner and gospel singer Erskine Faush died.
- 2007: Birmingham Fire & Rescue Service Captain Billy Gafford died at the UAB Track Facility.
- 1942: Robert Meyer Jr was killed when his B-17 crashed on Papua New Guinea during World War II.
- 1935: Former Mayor of Birmingham David McLendon died.
- 2010: Kevin Harvick won the Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.
- 2009: Alabama Crimson Tide football player Andre Smith was drafted in the first round, 6th overall, by the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.
- 2009: The Miracle League Baseball field in Gardendale was dedicated.
- 2002: Birmingham Barons 14, Chattanooga Lookouts 4 in the 2002 Rickwood Classic at Rickwood Field.
- 1995: Hank Manning set a Birmingham Barons record with 3 sacrifice flies in a game against Chattanooga.
- 1992: San Antonio Raiders 17 - Birmingham Fire 14 at San Antonio.
- 1968: The Boston Patriots announced that their regular season home opener would be played at Legion Field.
- 1961: Bert Campaneris signed with the Kansas City Athletics.