Iris Robinson has given nearly 40 years of dedicated, selfless service to the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce. When prospective residents, businesses or industry consider coming here, Robinson’s voice is among the first they hear.
But that is about to change. Lancaster’s first lady will trade it all on Feb. 27 for a life of retirement and peaceful solitude.
Lancaster County residents woke to a sunny morning Thursday, Jan. 30, with temperatures hovering around the 15-degree mark in what meteorologists said was the start of a warming trend expected to continue through the weekend.
The Lancaster County School District announced just after 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, that public schools would be closed for students and staff on Thursday, Jan. 30. For more, see the Friday, Jan. 31, edition of The Lancaster News.
Though a jury was about to be selected and a plethora of witnesses were ready to take the stand, a Lancaster woman decided to plead guilty Monday, Jan. 27, to her role in the case of a man shot to death during a botched robbery early last year.