WILKES-BARRE — City police and the Luzerne County Coroner’s Office on Friday afternoon investigated a suicide at the historic train station along South Wilkes-Barre Boulevard. Details about the death were not released. It is the policy of the Times Leader not to report on a suicide, unless it is in a public place such as the vacant, former New Jersey Central railroad station. Police, fire and ambulance personnel arrived at the scene around 12:10 p.m. Shortly afterward an officer strung yellow police tape between light poles around the property to restrict access to authorized personnel. The body was removed from the scene around 1:45 p.m. and the tape taken down. The station, which has been the focus of proposed redevelopment plans, has been vacant for many years. It has been frequented by homeless people, despite efforts to secure it and prevent entry by covering window and door openings with sheets of plywood. HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Tuesday said it is reopening indoor facilities at 23 select rest areas across the state to all motorists, including the 13 facilities in critical locations that were reopened March 18 with portable restrooms and ...