October 14 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2010: John W. Stewart III was inaugurated president of the University of Montevallo.
- 2010: The North Birmingham EcoScape opened.
- 2008: The 3rd Hewitt-Trussville High School building opened to students.
- 2006: The Race for the Cure was held at Linn Park.
- 2006: The UAB Blazers lost 34-33 at Rice University.
- 2006: The Harambee Festival was held in West End.
- 2006: The 32nd annual St Clair County Fall Festival was held in Ashville.
- 2006: The Jones Valley Fun Day Festival was held at Wiggins Park and featured a launch by the Birmingham Rocket Boys.
- 2003: The 2003 Birmingham mayoral election was held, sending Bernard Kincaid and Carole Smitherman to a runoff.
- 2003: Eric Robert Rudolph was charged in connection with several bombings, including one in Birmingham.
- 2003: Vida Blue released their record The Illustrated Band.
- 2002: In an infamous touchdown celebration, Terrell Owens signed a football with a Sharpie hidden in his sock.
- 2000: UAB defeated Memphis 13-9 at Legion Field in the 3rd Battle for the Bones.
- 1993: Compass Bank acquired First Federal Savings Bank of Northwest Florida.
- 1988: The Doctor's Center on 18th Street South was rededicated in honor of optometrist Paul Worrell.
- 1988: A regional ATOS convention was held at the Alabama Theatre.
- 1929: Hollywood was annexed into Homewood.
- 1896: The Alabama Girls' Industrial School (now the University of Montevallo) opened.