Brother's Brother Foundation Presser

Rep. Aerion Abney speaks at a press conference launching Brother's Brother Foundation rooftop solar panel array. In addition, Rep. Abney toured the storage facility and got an up-close look at the electric vehicle public parking and charging spaces, which was paid for by the state.

ACH Clear Pathways Ribbon Cutting and Tour

Rep. Aerion Abney joins Acting Secretary for the Department of Community and Economic Development, Neil Weaver, ACH Clear Pathways Executive Director, Tyian Battle, and other community leaders and elected officials at a ribbon cutting and tour of the renovated youth arts center in Pittsburgh's Hill District.

Peace and Friendship Farm Tour During PA Urban Ag Week

Rep. Aerion Abney is joined by PA Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding to celebrate Pennsylvania Urban Ag Week to highlight the diversity of Pennsylvania agriculture at Peace and Friendship Farm in the Hill District. This event was designed to gather local and state officials, members of the urban agriculture community, project supporters, members of the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council and conservation officials to celebrate the strides the region has made in the advancement of urban agriculture, as well as celebrate farms and gardens where infrastructure improvements have been funded in part through the Pennsylvania Farm Bill Urban Agriculture Infrastructure grant and acknowledge the tireless dedication of community leaders, organizations and supporters.

Target Store Ribbon Cutting

Rep. Aerion Abney attends the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new downtown Pittsburgh Target store, located in the heart of his legislative district, on July 12, 2022.

Abney Supports Small Businesses Owned by Women and People of Color

Rep. Aerion Abney joined representatives from Comcast and other officials to announce $1 million in grants to be awarded to 100 small business owned by women and people of color in Allegheny County.

Swearing In Ceremony

Rep. Aerion Abney is sworn-in to represent the 19th Legislative District, which includes downtown Pittsburgh, Schenley Heights, the North Side, as well as parts of Beltzhoover and Hazelwood.