June 25 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2016: A 1,000-foot long "Slide the City" water slide was set up on Lime Rock Road in Vestavia Hills.
- 2014: Ground was broken for the new Vestavia Hills City Hall.
- 2014: Ground was broken for Birmingham's Negro Leagues Museum.
- 2013: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Shelby County v. Holder, striking down Section 4(b) of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
- 2013: The Tom and Gean Cleckler Teen Center for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Alabama in Hueytown was dedicated.
- 2009: Ground was broken for the Changed Lives Christian Center.
- 2002: 2002 primary elections were held.
- 2002: Vida Blue's self-titled debut album was released.
- 1999: Birmingham Central Station was dedicated.
- 1993: The Storm Orphans played their farewell show at The End Zone in Tuscaloosa.
- 1989: Birmingham's first Gay Pride Parade was held in Southside.
- 1961: The Jimmy Morgan statue was dedicated at the Birmingham Zoo.
- 1950: Alberta Baptist Church formally dedicated its new sanctuary.
- 1928: Fairfield Furnace No. 5 was blown in.
- 1868: Alabama was readmitted to the United States of America.
- 1922: Jazz guitarist Johnny Smith was born in Birmingham.
- 1928: Jim Houston Day was born.
- 1889: Baseball player, manager and scout Bill Pierre was born in Mobile.
- 1965: Woodward Iron Company executive Joseph Woodward II died in North Carolina.
- 1875: Railroad engineer Bartholomew Boyle was killed in a rail accident at Boyle's Gap.
- 2014: The 19th Rickwood Classic was played.
- 1950: The Philadelphia Athletics' Paul Lehner tied an American League record with eleven put-outs from left field in a game.
- 1930: Mike "Pinky" Higgins made his Major League debut.