Protesters continue their battle to halt a proposed $175 million distribution center that Wegmans Food Markets wants to build on Ashcake Road in Hanover County across the road from historic Brown Grove Baptist Church. The group gathered Saturday in front of the 150-year-old church to once again raise alarm about the planned distribution center that they say will disturb a slave graveyard, wetlands and the rural harmony of the historically Black community with its proposed huge size and flood of trucks. The demonstrators traveled to Short Pump in Henrico County to continue their protest in front of the Wegmans supermarket. The project, which is expected to create 700 jobs, already has been approved by Hanover County, but remains on hold while Wegmans seeks required environmental permits. Opponents have gone to court in a bid to overturn the county’s approval and are poised to try again after a Hanover Circuit Court judge dismissed their first lawsuit just before Thanksgiving.