Starbucks on Monday announced it plans to remove straws from its drinks at all of its locations by 2020, making it the latest chain to ditch plastic straws, which are harmful to the environment.
We're removing plastic straws in our stores globally by 2020—reducing more than 1 billion plastic straws per year from our stores.
— Starbucks Coffee (@Starbucks) July 9, 2018
You can expect to see the new biodegradable, straw-free lids at some point at your local West Lebanon Starbucks.
Seen at Starbucks in West Lebanon this morning. Looks like it’s been that kind of day.
Check out the map provided by Hanover Deputy Fire Chief Michael Hinsley below, showing hourly intervals of where the tagged Hanover bear was roaming over a short period (Monday through Wednesday) last week.
And here’s a little interactive version I just mocked up showing ROUGH GENERAL AREAS of those hourly pings (in yellow) so that you can see them set against landmarks (in blue).
BREAKING NEWS, Y’ALL.
(Actually, this has been true for a few days, and “news” may be a stretch, but I know we all like to freak out over Route 12A news, so.)