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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.


Recent Articles
  • Acts of kindness important to Murphy on Sandy Hook shooting anniversary

    NEW HAVEN — U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) says he always make it a point to take part in an act of kindness on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy as a way to honor those who perished 6 years ago. This year, Murphy helped deliver a necessity to those who are home bound Many grocery stores now deliver, but it’s not everyday a U.S. Senator is your delivery person. “We’re so sorry about the losses, but we also want to make sure that […]

  • Police charge boyfriend of East Lyme stabbing victim with murder

    EAST LYME — The death of a stabbing victim, in an East Lyme motel Monday night, is the first homicide investigation for that community in 24 years. Police announced late Tuesday afternoon they have arrested a man, who was the victim’s boyfriend, according to friends. At 10:30 Monday night, the East Lyme police were called to a second floor room at the Starlight Inn, on Flanders Road, in Niantic, near I-95. There they found 25-year-old Corina Rodriguez, who had been stabbed multiple times. She died a short time later […]

  • Milford’s Silver Sands taking on a new look

    MILFORD – It may be winter, but some state officials spent part of Monday at the beach. Some 250 thousand people visit Silver Sands State Park in Milford each year and that number could be higher this year due to a 10 million dollar renovation that has been taking place over the past several months. Restrooms, a bath house and concession stand – being built in a way that is sensitive to the environment – are just months away from completion. “When we make these investments we do […]

  • Bullet found in Amity HS parking lot

    WOODBRIDGE –  The Amity Regional School District’s Superintendent sent home an email to parents Monday reporting the discovery of a bullet on the high school’s property Monday morning. The email from Jennifer Byars, Ed.D, the new superintendent of schools, reads as follows: Good morning, This morning upon arrival, one of our students found in the back parking lot a single, small-caliber bullet often used to hunt varmints. The student immediately and appropriately reported this to school personnel. In accordance with Board policies and procedures, we […]

  • NHFD Battalion Chief Charged With Assault

    WEST HAVEN – A Battalion Chief, for the New Haven Fire Department, has been arrested by West Haven Police and charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct after allegedly berating and grabbing a woman by the neck inside a business, where the New Haven Fire Department buys uniforms. The alleged incident happened in October, inside the Horwitz Uniform company in West Haven. And the New Haven Battalion Chief has been on paid administrative leave ever since. According to the arrest […]

  • CT Pearl Harbor survivor honored in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN — A Connecticut survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on Dec. 7, 1941, was honored at the dedication of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial Park in New Haven Thursday. The park at the corner of East Street and Forbes Avenue, was dedicated in a ceremony presided over by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Mayor Toni N. Harp and various military dignitaries. But, the man of the hour was Floyd Welch, a retired U.S. Navy Electrician’s Mate, a […]

  • Pres. Bush 41 honored by his childhood hometown of Greenwich

    GREENWICH — Given that President George Herbert Walker Bush had such a strong presence in Greenwich during his youth, the Greenwich Historical Society has quickly pulled together Bush materials for public viewing following his death last week. Much of what makes up the Greenwich Historical Society’s tribute to President Bush 41 was donated by friends and his older brother, Prescott. “Most of these items relate to his inauguration,” said Christopher Shields. Curator of Library and Archives for the Greenwich Historical […]

  • Female jogger allegedly assaulted during late night jog in New Haven

    NEW HAVEN – Late Monday night, it was a scary encounter for a female jogger in New Haven, near the Connecticut Tennis Center. She said she was assaulted by a man near the intersection of Derby and Yale Avenues, in the Westville section of the city, at approximately 11:30. The jogger told police a man, standing near a white SUV, told her to “come with me.” Then, she alleges, he grabbed her and covered her mouth. But, she was able […]

  • Former Westport soccer coach arrested, charged with public indecency

    FAIRFIELD — Police say they have arrested a Westport girls’ soccer coach on public indecency charges. Fairfield police say they received a report of a man exposing himself in his car to a pedestrian on October 23rd. The incident happened in the area of Old Post Road and South Benson Road. The victim, a juvenile girl, gave officers a description of the suspect and the car he was driving. Police say they soon identified their suspect as 29-year-old David Sharpe […]

  • President H.W. Bush had deep Connecticut roots

    NEW HAVEN —  President George H. W. Bush has strong ties to Connecticut, having moved to Greenwich at a young age. And, of course, the Bush family ties to Yale University are very strong. His father and his three siblings also graduated from Yale. And it took H. W. only 2 1/2 years to earn his economics degree from Yale in 1948. After earning all sorts of accolades as a Navy pilot, in World War II, George Herbert Walker Bush […]