Arlington, VA

Morning Notes

Flag on a building in Rosslyn (photo courtesy anonymous)

Arlington Prepares for 9/11 Anniversary — Already, flags have been hung on the side of a number of buildings in Rosslyn (photo, above), in anticipation of Thursday’s 9/11 anniversary. Arlington County will mark the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks with a wreath-laying ceremony at Courthouse Plaza (2100 Clarendon Blvd) at 9:30 a.m. [Arlington County]

Hispanic-Owned Arlington Firm Is Among Fastest Growing — An Arlington-based engineering and information technology company, Engineering Services Network, has been named one of the fastest growing Hispanic-owned firms by Hispanic Business magazine. Based in Crystal City, ESN has about 250 employees. [InsideNova, Engineering Services Network]

Arlington Company is Martha Stewart Nominee — Arlington-based MiraJeanDesigns has been nominated for a Martha Stewart American Made award. Launched in 2012, MiraJeanDesigns is an “art-inspired, eco-friendly” textile design and home decor company. [Martha Stewart]

‘Library Card Month’ Contest — Arlington Public Library is marking National Library Card Sign-Up Month with a contest: to guess how many retired-and-replaced library cards are in a jar. [Arlington Public Library]

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