| Sep 25, 2012
| 6:51 AM
CYNITHIANA, Ohio - Fort Hill State Memorial is a place with interesting options.
It is home to some of the best hiking in the state, interesting geology and rare plants in a surprisingly wild corner of southwest Ohio. It is also home to ancient and...
| Jul 12, 2012
| 3:07 PM
Maybe the 1992 movie Brendan Fraser film Encino Man wasn’t too far from the mark?
Fossilized human feces and other evidence from a West Coast cave demonstrates the existence of a long-lost, 13,500-year-old American culture, scientists said...
| Jul 17, 2012
| 3:57 PM
One day camp in Waynesboro this week is guaranteed to get the children’s clothes dirty.
Twelve children are participating in the third annual archaeology camp through Little Antietam Creek Inc., a nonprofit organization focused on historical and...
| Jul 17, 2012
| 11:45 PM
OCOTILLO — As the rising sun bathed the desert where a controversial 112-wind-turbine project is being built, dog handler John Grebenkemper walked his forensic dog Tuesday morning hoping it would detect the scent of cremated ancient Native...
| Aug 10, 2012
| 1:41 PM
Archaeologists are trying to learn more about some artifacts they've found at a Bedford County landmark.
Hundreds of items are in storage at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest, the retreat home built by America's third President.
The materials include...
| Aug 13, 2012
| 4:12 PM
Archaeologists have discovered what they think are remains of a barn or blacksmith workshop in North Bethesda that could date to the days of Josiah Henson, a former slave whose autobiography inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Looking for evidence of...
| Aug 15, 2012
| 3:45 PM
Rain and floods have taken a toll on Harris County waterways.
"Over the years through various flood events and the everyday rains that we get, sometimes the streams become a little unraveled in places," explained Harris County Flood Control District...
| Apr 17, 2012
| 3:45 PM
State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni is going to give a talk on Thursday at the Bruce Museum on the threats to archaeological collections in Connecticut and beyond. He'll discuss the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the unrest in Egypt, all of which...
| Dec 11, 2012
| 5:43 PM
One of the sad, untold stories about the imminent end of the world is that Patrick Sutton and his neighbors will meet their doom without ever having enjoyed cable television and high-speed Internet in the comfort of their own homes.
I kid, of course....
| Nov 9, 2012
| 5:35 PM
The ancient remains of three people found in the town of McGrath are expected to be sent off for carbon dating in the next week, but results on some of the materials found around the bodies has added a glimpse into how old they could be.
| Jul 4, 2012
When a place reaches as far back as Jamestown, the dirt can teem with secrets.
Nearly every time archaeologists open a hole on this ancient stretch of riverfront land, they find a jumbled puzzle of subterranean clues reflecting every change that has...