Visitors of Cwmcarn Forest Drive who want to know more about its planned closure can visit a drop-in question and answer session.
Hundreds of runners, walkers and cyclists are due to take part in the Great Gwent Poppy Run.
The Royal British Legion’s annual event will take place at Cwmcarn Forest Drive on Sunday September 21, starting at 9am.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor, near Nelson, is throwing its doors open to the public for free on September 21.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was allegedly beaten by two men in Caerphilly.
A member of the public, who notified the RSPCA, said a woman riding a horse said she saw two men beating a dog and then ran off.
A Caerphilly woman has spoken of her pride after the baskets she makes were given to world leaders at the recent NATO summit in Newport.
The family of a Blackwood man who is being held in an Indonesian prison have made an emotional plea for help to bring him home to Wales.
MP Wayne David has described plans to close Caerphilly Magistrates’ Court as being “back-of-the-envelope stuff”.
Caerphilly County Borough Council looks set to reject proposals to merge with Blaenau Gwent and Torfaen county borough councils.
Almost two-thirds of construction firms in Wales are more optimistic about their future prospects than they were 12 months ago, according to a new report.
Almost half of smokers in Wales have been offered illegal tobacco to buy, a leading charity has claimed.
Stand-up comedian and Red Dwarf star Norman Lovett will be appearing at Caerphilly Workmen’s Hall on Friday September 19 as part of his Old and New mini-tour.
Businesses in Caerphilly County Borough are being urged to take advantage of a rate relief scheme.
Eligible firms can claim up to £1,000 in business rate relief from Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has been awarded £5,000 to deliver equalities and discrimination guidance to landlords.
The council’s Equalities and Welsh Language team successfully bid for the funding from the TDS Charitable Foundation.
A group of children taking part in a disability and inclusion summer scheme with Sport Caerphilly recently visited the home of Cardiff City for a tour and to experience the excitement of the stadium.
A charity appeal to help transform a former hospital building into a new community centre is to hold its own ‘Three Peaks’ challenge.
Police are appealing for information after a 17-year-old boy was attacked while he suffered a blackout.
The victim was walking along Park Drive, in Bargoed, when he felt dizzy and blacked out.
People in Wales could face a £50 on-the-spot fine if they are caught flouting a ban on smoking in cars carrying children under plans unveiled by the Welsh Government.
Caerphilly AM Jeff Cuthbert has announced he will be standing down at the 2016 National Assembly elections.
Mr Cuthbert, who has been Caerphilly AM since 2003, announced his intention to stand down via Twitter.
A teacher from Bargoed has given up given up life in the classroom, switching from teaching to full-time ministry.
An aspiring writer has secured a book deal with top publisher Faber, nine years on from entering a local arts festival competition.
Counterfeit alcohol and tobacco with a street value of more than £14,000 was seized by council officials over a four year period, figures have revealed.
Around 700 people attended a series of events designed to help the unemployed back into the workplace.
The Caerphilly Local History Society has launched the latest edition of its journal.
The launch of its ninth journal took place on Saturday September 6 at Caerphilly Town Library.
A disabled pensioner who suffers from diabetes has been ordered to pay £200 after falling asleep in a McDonald’s car park in Blackwood.
A bus crashed into a car driven by an elderly woman in Llanbradach this morning, September 10.
A football match played in tribute to Jake Sweeney, who died four days after he was assaulted in Caerphilly town centre, has raised more than £6,000 for the 26-year-old’s family.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has allayed food safety fears after the closure of Wales’ only publicly-run food testing laboratory.
Cwmcarn Forest Drive and Caerphilly Castle have again been named in a list of Wales’ most visited tourist attractions.
Policing in Wales should only be devolved if it can be proved to be better than the current structure according to the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent, Ian Johnston.