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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.

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  • Homeless man in New Haven who returned $10,000 check rewarded in a big way

    NEW HAVEN —  On November 14, a successful business woman from New Haven thanked a homeless man, who returned a $10,000 check she had dropped in the street, by giving him money and entrance into her real estate school, free of charge. But, Wednesday morning, another surprise awaited the homeless man. The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce played hist to some true thanks giving. “He has absolutely no idea what’s about to happen,” said Dr. Roberta Hoskie, who was […]

  • License renewal center to open in West Haven

    WEST HAVEN — Since AAA offices in Fairfield and New Haven Counties no longer conduct drivers license and ID card renewals, the state Department of Motor Vehicles has been looking for new partners. For several months now, state and local officials have been working with the DMV on this deal and today they announced the newest DMV office will be opening right here in West Haven City Hall. Sometime this winter, perhaps as soon as January, a portion of the […]

  • Special needs school celebrates special Thanksgiving

    WALLINGFORD —  For most of us, Thanksgiving is Thursday. But, at a school in Wallingford, Thanksgiving always happens two days ahead of time. It was a special day for students with special needs at High Road Academy, whose 11 Connecticut campuses include Wallingford. “It’s a lot calmer than a regular high school,” said Star Zmuda, a student. “I get a lot more work done. People are a lot more nicer.” Of course, Thanksgiving is it still a couple of days […]

  • Parents hope New Haven BOE decides against hiring Hartford schools official

    NEW HAVEN —  The New Haven Board of Education is set to select the next Superintendent of Schools Monday night. But, some parents, students and teachers do not like the results of a non-binding straw poll the board took last week. So, they are speaking out at Monday’s BOE meeting. In a straw poll last week, the BOE chose a Hartford Public Schools official, which isn’t sitting well with some people in New Haven because she has been affiliated with […]

  • New Haven eyeing big pay day due to Yale, Harvard football game; new tailgating rules released

    NEW HAVEN —  The 134th football game between Yale and Harvard, is not just an opportunity for the Yale Bulldogs to clinch their first outright Ivy League football championship in 37 years, but also a big pay day for the city of New Haven. “The Game” always will mean millions of dollars for New Haven immediately. But, with all of the heavy hitters, with Harvard and Yale ties in town from around the country, it could mean more business growth […]

  • Girlfriend connected to killing of boyfriend’s parents accepts 8 year plea deal

    BRIDGEPORT —  The legal proceedings surrounding the murders of Jeffrey and Jeannette Navin, of Easton, in 2015, are closing in on a conclusion. Their son, Kyle Navin, is accused of killing his parents, allegedly because they wanted to cut him out of their will. But Friday, Kyle Navin’s girlfriend, who’s been in prison for over two years, on a conspiracy to commit murder charge, accepted a plea deal. Jennifer Valiente’s attorney, Norm Pattis, said he doesn’t think there’s any dispute […]

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    Watertown woman punches would be robber in the face

    WATERTOWN — Watertown police say a woman was able to fight off a would be robber last Wednesday night by punching him in the face. Police received the report just before midnight that the woman had been assaulted by a man who tried to rob her in front of her home in the area of Sprucewood Road and Bunker Hill Road in Watertown. The woman was exiting her car when the man pulled her from the car and swung a […]

  • Bartender shot inside bar following robbery in Stratford; suspect on the loose

    STRATFORD — Stratford police are still searching for the suspect they said robbed a local bar then shot a bartender Tuesday night. News of the shooting, inside a bar named “BAR” at 2399 Main Street, has been the talk of the center of Stratford on Wednesday. “I was actually stunned,” said Diane Stackpole, who has worked at the nearby library for nearly 20 years. In the two surveillance pictures released Wednesday morning by police, the suspect appears to be wearing […]

  • Dog found 40 miles from his Rocky Hill home after missing for months

    BRANFORD —  Imagine bringing a dog home and having it run away after just 30 minutes. Then, imagine finding it four months later and some 40 miles away. This scenario played out for a Rocky Hill man. Michael Dinnie, Who had purchased a rescue dog through a website, was excited to bring home Boomer, who arrived with other dogs from Tennessee on July 16. But, shortly after getting the dog home, Dinnie sais Boomer took off. There were reports of […]

  • Homeless man in New Haven returns $10,000 check he found

    NEW HAVEN —  Last Wednesday, a homeless man’s good deed may have turned his life around. Elmer Alvarez, homeless for over a year, was walking northbound on Church Street, when he came across an envelope. Inside there was a check for $10,000 made out to Roberta Hoskie, who owns Outreach Realty Services. Through the help of a friend, they did a Google search for Hoskie’s business, found a phone number and made a phone call to say that Alvarez had […]