Rocky Ridge, MD – 21778
Heating Oil Delivery
Tevis Energy has been delivering heating oil next day or sooner to homes and businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932. Family owned and locally operated, we take pride our longstanding reputation for outstanding customer service and superior fuel quality. All of which is delivered to you for a fair price.
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- Will-Call or Automatic Style Delivery
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The Maryland town known as Rocky Ridge, located in Frederick County, sits west of the Monocacy River and at the intersection of MD Route 77 and MD Route 76. It’s east of Beaver Branch, a small waterway originating from Owens Creek. Some institutions and locations that are fundamental to the Rocky Ridge atmosphere include The Big Slid Municipal Park at Rocky Ridge, Rocky Ridge Volunteer Fire Company, Eyler’s Service Center (an auto-repair shop), Redland Brick Inc. Rocky Ridge Plant (a brick manufacturer), Mt. Tabor Church and Mt. Tabor Cemetery. Rocky Ridge is very rural and residential, similar to many other unincorporated communities in Frederick County, Maryland. It was first settled in the mid-18th century by a few European families, one by the name of Ogle. The Ogle family gave the town its first name: Ogleton. However, the name was later changed to suit the area’s geographical surroundings. The Western Maryland Railway was the main connector for Rocky Ridge and began to operate in the late-19th century.
The Western Maryland Railway operated throughout the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. While it had a small passenger train, the railroad mainly hauled coal and freight. The WM was one of the first railroad to cease operation due to its outstanding competition, the B&O (or Baltimore and Ohio) Railroad. Eventually, the Western Maryland Railway was merged completely with its shining counterpart and eventually with the C&O (or Chesapeake and Ohio) Railroad, which is now all under the name of “CSX Transportation” and the property of the Chessie System Holding Company.