Take a look at the best Week in Pictures photo gallery you’ll see this week

Daily Herald photographers wandered the suburbs to find the most interesting pictures in the last two weeks.

  Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi sits on the new electric motorcycle at a press conference Monday morning at the Palatine Police Department as Motor Officer Eddie Christudhas laughs with him. John Starks/
  A squirrel walks on a balcony rail at the scene of an apartment building fire on W. Palm Dr. in Mount Prospect on Tuesday, June 18, 2024. John Starks/
  Officials and guests in Aurora cut a ribbonTuesday commemorating the new mural “Aurora Blues.” The mural pays homage to blues artists and the city’s contribution to blues music history. Rick West/
  Tyriq Williams, 6, and his older brother Darian Williams, Jr. 7, right, play in a spraying water feature in Old Town Park on Third St. in Bloomingdale on Wednesday, June 19, 2024. John Starks/
  Community Police Officers work with teens at Sunrise Lake Education Center in Bartlett on Thursday, June 20, 2024. John Starks/
  Boaters float on the Fox River in Algonquin on Friday, June 21, 2024. John Starks/
Ann Urich, Susan Mccaslin and Skylar Urich take a quick photo with a strawberry during the first day of Long Grove Strawberry Fest on Friday, June 21, 2024. Samantha Winkelman/for the Daily Herald
  Carson Klingler of Findlay, Ohio scales the adaptive climbing wall during the Abilities Expo at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center on Saturday, June 22, 2024 in Schaumburg. Joe Lewnard/
  A speedboat leaves a wake as it goes north on the Fox River in Fox River Grove on Monday, June 17, 2024. John Starks/
  Vernon Hills High School athlete Jaewook Lee uses a perfect summer day to work on his discus technique at the school. He missed qualifying for the state track and field meet and wants to be ready when the season begins in the spring of his senior year. John Starks/
  Chris Kessler, left, and Barbara Klipp are part of the Green Corridor Coalition and explore a natural area that was in the path of the former Route 53 extension plan in Long Grove. Paul Valade/
Patrick Kunzer/for the Daily HeraldBarb Johnson of Yorkville marches during the Swedish Days parade along Anderson Boulevard in Geneva Sunday. Patrick Kunzer/for the Daily Herald
  League of Women Voters' Amy Hartsough, of Hoffman Estates, listesn to speeches during the National Women’s Strike 2024 event Monday at Citizen’s Park in Barrington. The event is dedicated to fight for equal rights and reproductive freedom. This week marks the two-year anniversary of overturning Roe v. Wade. Paul Valade/
MainStreet Libertyville held its Car Fun on 21 classic car show along Church Street in downtown Libertyvile on Wednesday, June 19, 2024. Libertyville resident Michael Delott gets in close for a photo during the show. Samantha Winkelman/for the Daily Herald
  Chicago Blackhawks mascot Tommy Hawk hugs and poses for photos with a couple of clients at Little City in Palatine. The Blackhawks sponsored a day of activities at the facility that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. John Starks/
  Enrico Galloway of Jamaican One Love prepares chicken during the Elgin Juneteenth Cultural Festival, held at Festival Park, on Saturday, June 15, 2024 in Elgin. Joe Lewnard/
  Anna Green Showerman, of Batavia receives the bronze star earned by her late father from Army Col. Daniel Mitchell during a ceremony in Batavia Tuesday. Her father, Staff Sgt. John W. Green of Aurora, was killed in World War II but his family didn’t receive the medals he was due until now. Rick West/
  The T-intersection at Washington Street and Naper Boulevard Wednesday, June 26, 2024 in Naperville. Ryan Daly and his family just want to enjoy their backyard without wondering if a car will come crashing through their fence. In the last 31 months, four cars have crashed into Daly’s Naperville yard Brian Hill/
  People gather near the food booths at the Railroad Days festival in Pioneer Park in West Chicago on Thursday, June 27, 2024. John Starks/
  Over 100 animals were displaced by a water main break that happened Wednesday at Heartland Animal Shelter in Wheeling, and cleanup efforts are now taking place. Programs and Community Engagement Manager Mary Wozencraft shows the cat room, where a passing sanitation worker happened to look through the window from the outside and notice the animals were in distress due to the flooding. Joe Lewnard/
  Former MLB player Jack Perconte of Lisle, now a coach, author and marathon runner, works with Jake Sadorf, 13, of Lombard at Willowbrook-Burr Ridge Performance Center on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 in Willowbrook. Joe Lewnard/
  Runners have just left the start line during the Rock ’n’ Run the runway 5k race at Chicago Executive Airport on Saturday, June 29, 2024 in Wheeling. Joe Lewnard/
  Volunteers set up for the Field of Honor, a display of 2,024 American flags arranged in 25 neat rows Saturday, June 29, 2024 at Seven Gables Park in Wheaton. Brian Hill/
  The marquee remains a focal point of the shuttered Regal Cinemas theater on Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach. Plans are in the works to revitalize the area into an entertainment and restaurant destination. Crews have been removing interior items following an April fire. Paul Valade/
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