• Follow me on:

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
  • Police search for missing man in Wallingford

    WALLINGFORD — Police are searching for a missing man in Wallingford Tuesday morning. Wallingford and state police are looking for 30-year-old Luke John Pentz of Wallingford at the Tyler Mill Preserve. Pentz was reported missing Monday night at around 7 after he hadn’t been heard from in over 24 hours. His last known communication was a work email sent on Monday at around 12:30 p.m., police said. Pentz’s BMW was found at the preserve on Northford Road on Monday night. A state police helicopter was in […]

  • Yale graduate student teachers loud, but not disruptive

    NEW HAVEN — With over 3,600 students, from around the world, due to graduate from Yale University Monday, it was an ideal opportunity for some graduate student teachers to create awareness for their perceived slight. A sea of orange, thousands deep, along Elm St., very visible to the Class of 2017 and their families walking to commencement ceremonies Monday morning. The graduate students voted to unionize in February due to believing the compensation package and Yale’s accountability on certain matters are lacking. Darius Manora, graduating with […]

  • Car crashes onto sidewalk outside New Haven restaurant

    NEW HAVEN — A car crashed onto the sidewalk outside a New Haven restaurant Friday afternoon. A woman lost control while she was traveling on College Street at Crown Street. It happened in front of the restaurant Pacifico around 2:30 p.m. “By the love of God, nobody was hurt,” Officer David Hartman told FOX61. The car slammed into tables and chairs where diners often sit, but luckily no one was seated at those tables at the time.

  • Community rallies around displaced Waterbury families

    WATERBURY —  While it appeared all had been lost in the massive Waterbury fire on Lounsbury St. fire Wednesday, a local mobilization, about a half mile away, has helped restore the hope of the 12 displaced families. The River-Baldwin Recreation Center, on E. Liberty Street., was bursting with bags of clothing and tears Friday morning. “Emotional. Very emotional,” said a teary Randi Bandeira, a Waterbury resident trying to help those in need. “Everybody’s coming to help.” “The Hispanic Coalition, one […]

  • Waterbury homes destroyed by fire required demolition

    WATERBURY —  Investigators are still trying to determine what caused a massive fire, on Lounsbury Street Wednesday night that destroyed four homes. Demolition on three of the four homes began Thursday afternoon. Fire Chief David Martin said the lack of structural integrity of the century old homes made the demolition decision easy. “It doesn’t exist anymore,” said Maritza Quinones, as she looked at what used to be where her third floor apartment once was. The apartment she shares with her […]

  • USCG Cadet teased by President Trump during commencement address

    NEW LONDON —  President Donald Trump addressed the 195 Coast Guard cadets during the academy’s 136th commencement ceremonies. But, one of the graduates got more attention than others. After the president commanded the cadets for their bravery and service to their country, he looked up into the crowd and said, “First class cadet, Bruce Kim?Where’s Bruce? Where’s Bruce?” Kim wasn’t sure he heard the president correctly. “Honestly, I was just like ‘he knows my name?’ I was like, OK, all […]

  • Yale concerned about potential for graduation protests

    NEW HAVEN —  With Yale University and some of its graduate students at odds over a union vote, the University is anticipating a disruption during Monday’s commencement ceremonies. “We are hopeful that this will not be marred by the call that the union has made to outsiders to come to New Haven and to, and to have a demonstration,” said Eileen O’Connor, Yale Vice President of Communications. “We have reached out to the labor movement on the East Coast and […]

  • Campbell named New Haven police chief by mayor

    NEW HAVEN — After nine months as New Haven’s interim police chief, Anthony Campbell is Mayor Toni Harp’s choice to succeed Dean Esserman, who left the department in early September. ​ Campbell has been with the New Haven Police Department for 19 years, but is a graduate of the Yale Divinity School. “I was on track to be a Jesuit priest,” said Campbell. But law-enforcement had a large presence in his family. “With my mother having been a corrections officer at Riker’s Island and yet my father was […]

  • Tesla making an impact in Milford despite not being able to purchase in CT

    MILFORD —  Even though they are not currently permitted to sell their vehicles in Connecticut, Tesla is increasing its presence in state. Friday, the California based electric car maker held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Connecticut Post Mall in Milford, where Tesla now offers the largest supercharger station on the east coast. “The mall has amenities that our drivers would want to take advantage of while they’re stopping here to charge for 30 to 45 minutes,” said Will Nicholas […]

  • Old Saybrook fire marshal under investigation; town responds

    OLD SAYBROOK —  Plenty lot of activity, but very little information regarding a police investigation into a long time Old Saybrook town employee. Donn Dobson was named Old Saybrook Fire Marshal Aug. 31, 1998. And, it’s unclear whether his nearly 19-year run is over. The investigation into Dobson has been ongoing for several months. “We are also at the Westbrook Town Hall, in cooperation with the state police, again, seeking data and electronic information,” said Lt. Kevin Roche of the […]