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After an eight year hiatus, Tony returned to the Fox CT 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 Fox CT afforded him the opportunity to work with his father, Al Terzi, a Fox CT 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
  • Massive amounts of explosives, illegal fireworks found in New Haven home after ‘domestic dispute’ call

    NEW HAVEN — The New Haven Police Department and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is investigating and trying to safely handle a massive amount of explosives inside a home on Westminster Street. Police said illegal fireworks were being made there. Around 5 p.m. Wednesday night police were called to the home for a domestic dispute. It wasn’t until Thursday morning, investigators received a search warrant to enter the home at 35 Westminster Street. The male and female living […]

  • New program in New London connects overdose victims to recovery coaches

    NEW LONDON — Federal funding of $5.5 million, in each of the next two years, has spawned a new program, which sends recovery coaches to emergency departments in response to overdoses. Hospitals in Manchester, Windham, Norwich and New London were chosen to roll out a new program because “This area is certainly one of the hardest areas hit in the state and that was some of the reason why we wanted to start here,” said Miriam Delphin-Rittmon the Commissioner of the […]

  • 24 Connecticut Valley Hospital workers suspended over abuse claims

    MIDDLETOWN — State health officials say more than 20 employees at a Connecticut psychiatric hospital have been suspended amid allegations of patient abuse at the maximum-security facility. The Hartford Courant reports officials said Monday that 24 employees, including 2 managers, at the Whiting Forensic Division at Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown were suspended. That’s up from 11 employees when the investigation was confirmed on April 4. “I have never seen anything of this magnitude and I’ve spent most of my professional […]

  • L.L.Bean to open store in downtown New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — Outdoor store L.L. Bean will be a major tenant for a development project on the Yale campus. Officials announced Monday, the Maine based retailer will open a two-story, 9000 sq. ft. store at 272 Elm St. in New Haven during the summer of 2018. The store will employ at least 60 people. “We are happy to be able to provide the opportunity. We love the fact that most of those employees will come from the local community here,” said Jamie Gull, with […]

  • Police investigating 2 threatening incidents at Ledyard High School, including Instagram ‘hit list’

    LEDYARD — Ledyard police and school officials have been dealing with two threats this week and one involved students on a supposed hit list. On Wednesday, April 19, there was a buzz in the Ledyard High School, about a student, who claimed that he had “plans” for the school on Thursday, which was the 18th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. Also on Thursday, April 20, school officials were notified about an Instagram account labeled “lhs.shooter” that popped up, listing the names […]

  • Judge denies Carman’s request to seal warrants in grandfather’s death

    MIDDLETOWN — Nathan Carman, a person of interest in the 2013 murder of his grandfather and the disappearance of his mother last September, was in court with his attorney attempting a little damage control Thursday afternoon. Carman’s attorney contends it’s information like this, since there has been no arrest, that could hurt his client’s prospects for future employment. And he argued that it is highly unusual for search warrants to be made public unless an arrest has already been made. But, the judge denied his […]

  • Woman pulled from water after van goes into Hamden lake

    HAMDEN —  A minivan plunged into Lake Whitney, on White Street, in Hamden, just after 10 Thursday morning but the lone occupant was successfully rescued, after she was completely submerged. One of the rescuers, Hamden firefighter Zachery Criscuolo, said it’s a good thing he had his water suit on before arriving at the scene so that he didn’t have to waste time suiting up as the van began sinking. The van had crashed through a recently installed fence into the lake […]

  • Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction could be tossed

    MILFORD, Mass. —  Aaron Hernandez‘s death means his murder conviction is likely to disappear. Under Massachusetts law, defense attorneys can seek to have convictions vacated when a defendant dies before an appeal is heard. Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder in the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd. “I admired his grit and determination and thought he was capable of warmth, a complete human being,” said New Haven criminal defense attorney Norm Pattis, who met with Hernandez after his murder conviction. So, why the suicide? “I think it maybe […]

  • New Haven teacher on leave after alleged relationship with 15-year-old student

    NEW HAVEN — A New Haven teacher is on leave after being arrested for an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student. During a high school basketball game at New Haven’s Wilbur Cross High School, on January 5, a couple of school security officers, retrieving tables from a classroom, came upon a 15-year-old male student and his 44-year-old drama teacher, Jennifer Frechette, who were on a makeshift bed, with condoms nearby. She was charged with sexual assault. “When you victimize somebody around that […]

  • QU student helping brew the perfect cup of tea

    HAMDEN — A Quinnipiac University student’s love of the perfect cup of tea and technology could be the perfect ingredients for a new app. The President and CEO of Fairfield based Bigelow Tea spoke to students at Quinnipiac University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tuesday morning largely because of the new app. “Tea is a very emotional product and technology is so part of everybody’s life,” said Cindi Bigelow. “And to see the two of them come together was, it’s […]