Lots of stuff backed up so here is one post with a bunch of headlines and links and minimal quotes or comments:
THE slaughterhouse could become one of the finest maritime museums in Europe.
Fremont High School graduate follows a path that leads back 10,000 years into history
Part of Folsom site destroyed by construction
Albuquerque Public Schools designed the school to avoid the Boca Negra Wash Folsom site and hired archaeologists to help plan around it, but engineering plans for the waterline failed to mark the area, the Albuquerque Journal reported Monday in a copyright story.
Centuries old bones exhumed from chapel
DRUIDS are demanding the re-burial of a child's skeleton displayed in the stone circle museum in Avebury. [Eds. I predict this will go exactly nowhere.]
On-going archaeological investigation in the northwest D'Entrecasteaux Islands, Milne Bay province, traces past human settlement on the island group and interaction between the mainland and the outer islands through clay pots. (Pretty good article)
Saving history through archaeology
New President Of Archaeological Institute Of America
Archaeologist leaves digs for security job (Read this one, it's very good)
Rome Subway Planners Try to Avoid Relics
Steamrolling antiquities at an Olympian's pace (About Beijing's construction for the Olympics)
Archaeologists put together Nash Farm Battlefield’s past