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After an eight year hiatus, Tony returned to the FOX61 family in January, 2013, as a General Assignment News Reporter and fill-in Anchor.

During his first stint with the station, from 1993-2005, Tony was an award-winning sports anchor and reporter.

Tony’s return to FOX61 afforded him the opportunity to work with his father, Al Terzi, a FOX61 Anchor, for the first time in their extensive careers. In fact, on December 26, 2013, they became only the second father-son duo to co-anchor a newscast.

Tony and his wife, Susan, are the proud parents of two teenage sons.


Recent Articles
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    WEST HAVEN —  A University of New Haven freshman is standing up to President Donald J. Trump, who in July made public his intent to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military, in part, he said, due to high medical costs. Dylan Kohere, born a female, but began identifying as a male in his freshman year of high school. And now, a freshman at the University of New Haven, he’s afraid he’s not going to be able to live […]

  • Demo clearing way for waterfront West Haven mall

    WEST HAVEN —  A highly contested, upscale, waterfront mall in West Haven is now more than just a plan. For four years The Haven, to be built just north of First Avenue, has been in the works and Thursday morning, it became closer to the real thing. The first of over 50 properties that will need to be demolished, was leveled at the corner of First Ave. and Main St. “It’s music to my ears,” said Mayor Ed O’Brien (D-West […]

  • Westbrook teen partnering with Latino organization to assist Puerto Ricans

    WESTBROOK —  A high school senior from Westbrook is partnering with a Latino services organization some 40 miles away to being relief to the victims of Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico. Whether those impacted remain in Puerto Rico or are among the nearly 80,000 expected to migrate from the island to Connecticut, Amanda Wilderman is doing her best help their transition be more palatable. “When I saw the incredible devastation of Puerto Rico on the news, I felt compelled […]

  • A Ledyard library may be a state budget casualty

    LEDYARD —  While municipalities wait to see what the state budget holds for them, many communities still plan to move forward with serious cuts, including Ledyard, where the book will be closed on a beloved library. Given Ledyard’s $1.5 million reduction in state aid, under the Governor’s current executive order, Ledyard’s Mayor, Fred Allyn III, said he had no choice but to shut down the Gales Ferry Library, which is the smallest of the town’s two libraries. The decision to […]

  • CT municipalities credit ratings hurt by budget impasse

    NEW HAVEN —  With the dire financial straits our state is facing, Moody’s Investor Services is placing 26 Connecticut communities and three school districts under review for a credit downgrade and is assigning a negative outlook for the credit ratings for another 25 municipalities, including New Haven. But, Mayor Toni N. Harp (D-New Haven) is actually pleased with her city’s outlook. 41 percent of New Haven’s revenue comes from the state. “Luckily we were able to be one of the […]

  • Undocumented Meriden man still receiving sanctuary in New Haven church

    MERIDEN —  Undocumented Meriden man is still receiving sanctuary in a New Haven church An undocumented immigrant living in Connecticut for two decades, was supposed to self deport a couple of months ago. But, instead of complying, he is still living in a New Haven church. “It’s very difficult,” said Marco Antonio Reyes Alvarez, 45. The married father of three, has been living in the First and Summerfield United Methodist Church since August 8th – the date he was scheduled […]

  • Police investigating vehicle vandalism spree in West Haven

    WEST HAVEN —  Police departments across the state have been dealing with a large number of vehicle break-ins over the last year or so, but, as West Haven police responded to car crimes of a different sort late last night. Police say nearly a dozen cars were reported to have been vandalized. “My neighbor was knocking on the door and he said his window was broken out and he said your window was broken out too,” said Tashema Fidalgo, a […]

  • Emergency call boxes to be installed in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN —  One New Haven neighborhood  is about to have a larger police presence, but it has nothing to do with the number of officers. Fair Haven has had its fair share of crime, according to New Haven police. So, to fight that trend, blue light call boxes will soon be installed throughout the neighborhood. The goal: to make it easier and faster to connect to 911, just by pushing a button. “We’re hoping that the presence of these […]

  • Another claim of racism at Yale frat house

    NEW HAVEN — A Yale fraternity, which two years ago was accused of racism, has had another individual make a claim following a sequence of events that allegedly occurred this past Saturday night. Lambda Epsilon Omega was not disciplined a couple years ago, according to Yale University, because the school says they did not find conclusive evidence to corroborate that claim. But now, the university is investigating again. Saturday night, Alexys Washington and her friends saw another one of their friends coming […]

  • How some 5 gallon buckets define America in times of need

    WATERBURY —  Despite Connecticut experiencing very little meteorological impact from what has been a very active hurricane season, recovery workers from Connecticut continue to make an impact on recovery efforts in Houston, Florida and Puerto Rico. This includes the Waterbury Salvation Army, whose new executive director and longtime operations manager recently returned from hurricane relief trips. Of course, Hurricane Harvey left behind devastating flooding in the Houston area. “You realize how special you have it when you see everything that’s […]