January 14 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2014: Mayor William Bell delivered the annual State of the City address.
- 2014: Trussville's Green Drive reopened to traffic.
- 2013: Jeremy Littleton was appointed chief of Montevallo Police Department.
- 2007: Brook Highland Cinema closed.
- 1971: The Birmingham Parks & Recreation Board commissioned Felton Collier and Caroll Harmon to produce a Master Plan for the Birmingham Zoo.
- 1967: Timothy Leary spoke at the Human Be-In.
- 1927: The town of Hollywood was incorporated.
- 1914: The Lyric Theatre opened its doors with a program featuring a Jesse Lasky Players production of "The Rest Cure", cartoonist Rube Goldberg, Walter Van Brunt, and others.
- 1912: A fire broke out on 2nd Avenue North, damaging the Molton Building and causing flooding in the adjacent Bell Building, resulting in a city-wide telephone outage for nearly two weeks.
- 1978: Entrepreneur William A. Barnes was born.
- 1923: Milo's Hamburgers co-founder Bea Carlton was born in Birmingham.
- 1904: Church bomber "Dynamite Bob" Chambliss was born.
- 2012: Presbyterian pastor Jon Crow died in Greenville, South Carolina.
- 1991: Jazz musician and CIA operative Miles Copeland died in Oxfordshire, England.
- 1938: Baptist minister Lemuel Dawson died.