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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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  • New Haven clergy want Trump impeached 

    NEW HAVEN — Clergy in New Haven are not at all pleased with President Donald Trump’s response to the tragedy in Virginia and they let him have it Wednesday. Local ministers and community members gathered on the pulpit, inside the New Trinity Temple Church of God on Christ and they went at Trump throughout the press conference. “We need to be very clear that we have a President who has signaled by his words and actions that he is a […]

  • Neglected dogs in North Haven found in a shopping bag

    NORTH HAVEN — Two dogs, which might have been neglected for months or even years, were brought in to North Haven’s animal shelter Tuesday afternoon. And, they were brought to the shelter in an unusual way. At approximately 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, two tiny teacup Chihuahuas were brought in to The Animal Haven shelter in North Haven in a shopping bag the man who turned them in said they were found in. “I was shaken because I have never really seen […]

  • One non-profit increasing its fight against opioid epidemic in Groton

    GROTON — President Trump has labeled the opioid crisis a national emergency. And, communities are still trying to figure out how to cope. But, one Groton advocacy group is better equipped to handle it head on. Finally, after two years and assisting over 150 families, an office space for Groton based Community Speaks Out is open. “We’ve all worked out of our homes and on the road and on the phone,” said Tammy de la Cruz, the Founder and President […]

  • Husband and wife cops prevent suicidal woman from leaping off New Haven high rise

    NEW HAVEN —  Roughly 80 current New Haven police officers have received conflict intervention training. And one woman is thrilled that two officers in particular are among those with the specialty skills. On July 30, a 24-year-old New Haven woman was drinking heavily on the rooftop of the 16-story Madison Towers. When she told the friend she was with that she was going to leap to her death, he called police, who rushed to the scene. “How are you gonna […]

  • Bridgeport concert venue expected to draw 250,000 visitors per year, open in 2019

    BRIDGEPORT — New details we revealed Thursday about the The Harbor Yard Amphitheater in Bridgeport which will replace the baseball stadium. Officials said the amphitheater as expected to open in the spring of 2019 and is expected to be a state-of-the-art multi use facility featuring between 5,300 and 8,000 seats, 21 luxury suites and three VIP lounges. It will also feature an outdoor barbecue area. The facility is expected to be open from the spring through the fall. Officials expect it […]

  • Number of infected ticks in CT rapidly rising

    NEW HAVEN—  Scientists believe this could be the worst summer ever, in terms of the number of infected ticks, in Connecticut. But, tight state and federal budgets may hamper efforts to put the brakes on this uptick. Over the last several years, 27 percent of the ticks tested, at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven, were infected with Lyme Disease. This year, it’s close to 40 percent. “We’ve had milder winters,” said Dr. Theodore Andreadis, the Director of the CT Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES). “This results in higher overwintering survival of these […]

  • Conn. College astronomer will witness total solar eclipse

    NEW LONDON — Other than when storm clouds roll in, when was the last time you remember it getting dark during the day time? A Connecticut College astronomer is counting down the days until she gets to experience the dark side of the moon. “I’m definitely excited,” said Prof. Leslie Brown, who has never witnessed a celestial event of this magnitude. “This one that’s coming up is the first total solar eclipse that will cross the continental U.S. in some […]

  • New Haven teen homicide victim’s mother still seeking justice

    NEW HAVEN —  It’s been nearly three weeks since 14-year-old Tyrick Keyes was shot to death in New Haven’s Newhallville neighborhood, where residents, including the victim’s mom, have shared ideas on improving the safety of children. Keyes had just finished 8th grade. He never had the opportunity to find out he was going to be allowed to skip 9th grade. “Honestly, I’m not doing well because I still didn’t find my son’s killer,” said Demethra Telford, the teen’s mother. Inside […]

  • Sound proofing of homes taking off at Tweed

    NEW HAVEN —  It seems impossible to think you could live next to an airport and virtually hear no planes taking off or landing. However, the Good Neighbor program is starting to take off at Tweed New Haven Airport, thanks to $3 million in funding from the Federal Aviation Administration. Residents of about 180 homes, near Tweed New Haven Airport, will no longer be hearing this. On June 1, the day after having their home soundproofed, at no cost to […]

  • New watchdog of the waters returns to home

    STRATFORD — While the cleanliness of the Long Island Sound has been improving steadily, in important next step has been taken. Bill Lucey, 48, a Wilton native, who has spent the last quarter century as an environmental conservationist in Alaska and Hawaii, was hooked on the idea of returning to Connecticut to continue making Long Island sound a viable economic engine. “There are still lobster fisherman, even though they have dwindled,” said Lucey, recently named the new Soundkeeper. “The shellfish […]