In the coming days, Jackson residents could see an end to the boil-water notice they have been under for more than a month, Gov. Tate Reeves said at a news conference Monday.
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In addition to Labor Day observations, Monday also marked one week since the more than 150,000 residents of Mississippi’s capital city lost reliable access to running water.
Reeves looked back on the week, noting the progress that had been made in Jackson’s water…