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.
MIDDLEFIELD – The Powder Ridge Mountain Park and Resort team saw this week’s forecast and new they had to take advantage of Mother Nature’s frigid pre-holiday gift. Powder Ridge has certainly been living up to its name since late Tuesday night, when they hit the switch to put winter on full blast. “High powered fan guns and over 100 lances up there operating,” Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort President & CEO, Sean Hayes said. They’re making giant piles of […]
BETHEL — A quiet Bethel neighborhood is still trying to make sense of a shocking death Monday, which was determined to be a homicide by police and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The OCME confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the male victim, whose name police have not yet released, died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds to the head. Monday night, the victim’s mother returned to the home they share, at 38 Apollo Rd., and made a horrifying […]
DARIEN — A Connecticut man, charged with manslaughter in the death of a hotel worker in Anguilla, has declined to return to the British Caribbean island for his latest pretrial hearing, for various reasons. “When the Anguillan government couldn’t assure him of safe passage and a fair and transparent process and new information coming to the fore that Scott’s life was likely in jeopardy if he returned,” said Darien First Selectwoman Jayme Stevenson. A spokesman for Scott Hapgood says Anguillan officials […]
NEW HAVEN – An additional arrest, in the case of the stolen SUV, with two young children in it, could be made by the end of the day Friday, according to New Haven police. It was a miracle that there were no accidents or injuries as a result of Wednesday afternoon’s car theft, allegedly carried out by a 14-year-old. But, it was an 18-year-old who was in court Friday. The state requested that the New Haven police set bond remain at $150,000 […]
NEW HAVEN — A 14-year-old boy, who has a track record of stealing cars police say, is one of two teens that New Haven arrested in connection with Wednesday’s heart stopping stolen SUV incident. At Roberto Clemente School, just after 5 p.m. Wednesday, a mother left her two small children in the SUV while she got out to go get another child at the school for an afterschool program. “We’re not going to comment too much on the specifics but […]
NEW HAVEN – On his first full day as mayor elect of New Haven, Justin Elicker said there is much work to be done even before he’s inaugurated January 1. Elicker says his administration will be accessible and he encourages the public to reach out, which they already are. “There’s a lot of things that need fixing,” said Constantine Gooden, of New Haven. “We need more work.” “Hopefully this guy, this Elicker guy could stick to what he says and […]
NEW HAVEN — Justin Elicker ran for mayor against Toni Harp In 2013 and lost a close election. And Tuesday night was emotional for him because he felt like he’s been working for this day for six years. “We did it,” Elicker exclaimed before a Roccus crowd that it packed in to the Next Door Restaurant, on Humphrey St. And boy did he do it. Earning roughly 70% of the vote in the New Haven Mayoral election “This victory is […]
NEW HAVEN — In 32 years of elected office, from her time on the Board of Alders to the State Senate and the Mayor’s office, New Haven Mayor Toni Harp had never lost until the city’s Democratic Primary in September. And, as the Working Families Party candidate, on row 1C Tuesday, she hopes her track record ultimately resonates with voters. “We’re reminding people that the election is tomorrow, talking to people about their plan to get to the polls,” said […]
WATERBURY — The man accused of putting razor blades in kids Halloween candy bags told police it might’ve been his three-year-old who put them in the candy bowl used for the candy passed out. 37-year-old Jason Racz, of Waterbury, who has no prior criminal history, is in a heap of trouble. “His answers for why and how there were razor blades could’ve ended up in there didn’t make a lot of sense,” said Lt. David Silverio, of Waterbury Police. Racz, […]
BRIDGEPORT- The search for a missing, and mentally ill, Middletown man, has reached one month. Peter Recchia, 59, was last seen in Middletown on October 2, eating lunch in the Middlesex Memorial Hospital cafeteria. The next day, he was spotted in New Haven, but no clues since. At the Funchal Café in Bridgeport Tuesday, Family members, including Peter Recchia‘s brother, Frank, issued another appeal. “We ask you to look at our faces and to see the desperation in our eyes because Peter is […]