Week in Photos: Sept. 22-28

9/22/14 - Roger Smith puts the finishing touches on a fall display in his front yard along Carolina Road in Burlington Monday afternoon on the first day of fall. Smith along with his wife Gloria(not pictured) arranged the fall decorations in a new spot in their front yard this year. photo Sam Roberts

9/22/14 - Eastern Alamance's Alyssa Popolizio returns a ball against Southern Alamance during a match at Eastern Alamance High School Monday.

9/22/14 - Southern Alamance's Carly Fuller returns a ball against Eastern Alamance during a match at Eastern Alamance High School Monday.

9/22/14 - Eastern Alamance's Jamison Royal returns a ball against Southern Alamance during a match at Eastern Alamance High School Monday.

9/22/14 - Southern Alamance's Lauren Cline returns a ball against Eastern Alamance during a match at Eastern Alamance High School Monday.

The Burlington Police Department is testing out an automated license plate reading system. Three cameras, part of the Mobile Plate Hunter - 900 system manufactured in Greensboro, are mounted to the trunk of one of the department's Crown Victorias. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

The Mobile Plate Hunter - 900 cameras capture license plate numbers and display them on the police car's onboard computer. When a plate with an alert is detected, a notification window is displayed on the screen. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

National Agents Alliance headquarters is located on Turrentine Street in Burlington. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Greg Brunick shoots a round of pool on his break at the National Agents Alliance headquarters Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Along with an annual long-form video and weekly live shows, National Agents Alliance produces a monthly newsletter in-house. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Lauren McCarthy works at the National Agents Alliance headquarters Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

A whiteboard in the call center of the National Agents Alliance headquarters lists the towns across amarica where agents will be contacted today. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Eastern Alamance players celebrate their win over Williams at Eastern Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Eastern Alamance's Rylee Govoreau spikes the ball while guarded by Williams' Rebecca Hunnicutt and Dinaisha Harrison during the game at Eastern Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Eastern Alamance's Kyndall Collins and Williams' Haley Green fight over the ball during the game at Eastern Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Eastern Alamance's Caroline Patterson spikes the ball over Williams' Isabella Huerta during the game at Eastern Tuesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

9/24/14 - Mall patrons check out decorated chairs on display at Holly Hill Mall and Business Center as part of the "chairished memories" fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Walk held this Saturday. The chairs will be auctioned off at the event to raise money to fight Alzheimer's. photo Sam Roberts

9/24/14 - Former N.C. Lt. Governor Jim Gardner speaks with the media at the Times-News in Burlington Wednesday. photo Sam Roberts

Receiving and Cooler/Freezer Manager Drew Aaron moves inventory around the inside of the new Sheetz distribution facility on White's Kennel Road Wednesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Conveyer belts sit ready to move sandwiches through the kitchen wing of the new Sheetz distribution facility on White's Kennel Road Wednesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Construction vehicles still dominate the parking lot of the new Sheetz distribution facility on White's Kennel Road Wednesday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

9/24/14 - Jesse Gwynn owner of Doube Play Fastpitch Softball Center tests out a pitching machine inside the facility Wednesday at 2371 Corporation Parkway in the Burlington Outlet Village. The center is 7,500 square feet and features batting cages as well as pitching areas and a fitness area. photo Sam Roberts

Williams' Santos Davila, #14, celebrates with his team after scoring a goal during the game against Eastern Guilford at Williams Wednesday night. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Eastern Guilford's Dillon Koonce and Williams' Nick Williams fight over the ball during the game at Williams Wednesday night. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Jane Holmes and Kate Gaydos look at Grag Vande Visser's "Meat" and Ann Hobgood's "Laundry Day" during the preview of the Alamance Studio Tour at the Alamance Arts Captain White House in Graham Thursday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Artist David Austin looks through his stained glass piece Stereo Kallistoscope during the preview of the Alamance Studio Tour at the Alamance Arts Captain White House in Graham Thursday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Coy Quankenbush's "Clan of the Snake Plant Series 'Initiation'" at the preview of the Alamance Studio Tour at the Alamance Arts Captain White House in Graham Thursday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Concert-goers listen to The Hip Pocket Band during the final Thursday At Seven Concert Series in Courthouse Square in downtown Graham Thursday night. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

9/25/14 - Jerry Barbee owns Barbee Metal Detectors in Burlington. Barbee has been in the metal detector business for 36 years. photo Sam Roberts

Alamance Christian School's Alex Weber, left, and Andrew Robinson collide with Forsyth Home Educators' Mitchell Bell during the game at Alamance Christian School Thursday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

Alamance Christian School goalie Ben Rorrer dives for a save in front of Forsyth Home Educators' Mark Rowan during the game at Alamance Christian School Thursday. Photo Scott Muthersbaugh.

9/26/14 - Stephanie Braxton, right, interim executive director of Alamance Citizens for Education shows children from Exploration Station around the Classroom Closet after the children made a donation of school supplies. photo Isaac Groves

9/26/14 - Stephanie Braxton interim executive director of Alamance Citizens for Education hands out books to children from Exploration Station at the Classroom Closet after the children made a donation of school supplies. photo Isaac Groves

9/26/14 - Left to right, Jacen Sharpe, 2, Gavin Davis, 3, and Savor Sharpe, 5, play with trucks along Wiggins Street in Burlington Friday evening. photo Sam Roberts

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