June 24 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2007: The Church of the Highlands opened its new campus on Grants Mill Road.
- 2006: A Shelby County time capsule was placed behind a new cornerstone at the old Shelby County Courthouse in Columbiana.
- 2005: VJ's on the Runway closed its 52nd Avenue North location.
- 1994: Sol's Sandwich Shop closed its location in the John Hand Building downtown.
- 1963: Letter from Birmingham Jail appeared as the cover article for The New Leader.
- 1906: Reverend Frederick W. Weidman became Zion Lutheran Church's fourth pastor.
- 1971: Former police officer Perry Young was born.
- 1934: Architect Jim Pfaffman was born.
- 1919: Quilter Nora Ezell was born in Brooksville, Mississippi.
- 2014: Reality show contestant Caleb Bankston died in a train car derailment on the Alabama Warrior Railway.
- 2013: Retired wrestler Jackie Fargo died in China Grove, North Carolina.
- 2009: Jamie, a Birmingham Zoo gorilla died during a medical check-up.
- 2008: Tuskegee Airman Chuck Dryden died.
- 2005: Former Black Baron Lyman Bostock Sr died in Birmingham.
- 1959: ASHOF inductee Jimmy Hitchcock died in Montgomery.
- 1933: Industrialist James McWane died.
- 1922; Birmingham Board of Education president William Rushton Sr died.