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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
  • Alleged West Haven dog abuser arraigned

    MILFORD – Arrests were made a couple of weeks ago in the West Haven dog burning case and Tuesday the primary suspect appeared before a Milford judge. Latrice Moody, of West Haven, who police said told them she poured gas on and set fire to her dead dog, faces multiple charges, including animal cruelty. “Miss Moody, you’re not to have under your control or care any type of animals,” the Judge told Moody. According to the arrest warrant affidavit, West […]

  • Two popular shoreline destinations damaged by Monday storms

    EAST HAVEN/BRANFORD/MADISON – Many communities along the shoreline, had their share of damage from Monday’s storms. Among the hardest hit was a popular attraction. The Shore Line Trolley Museum, which includes the oldest continuously operated suburban trolley line in the country, dating back to 1900, will have to put the brakes on operations for perhaps a week because of damage sustained. “About five or six trees, big massive oak trees, came down and did a lot of damage to the overhead wires,” […]

  • Condition of New Haven police captain steadily improving

    NEW HAVEN – One week ago, a New Haven police captain was critically injured in a shooting that killed another man. And while the manhunt intensifies for the shooting suspect, there is great news about the health of Captain Anthony Duff. “He’s going to be discharged in the near future,” said Interim Police Chief Otoniel Reyes. “We will keep you posted on that. But, as of right now, we do not know when he will be released from the hospital.” […]

  • CCSU student arraigned on weapons charges, banned from campus

    NORWALK  — A 22-year-old Central Connecticut State University student who authorities say showed interest in committing a mass shooting has been arraigned on state weapons charges. Brandon Washol, of Norwalk, remained jailed Friday on $250,000 bond after appearing in Superior Court, charged with four counts of possessing large-capacity magazines. Authorities say Wagshol was attempting to build a rifle with parts bought online. They say a Facebook posting showed his interest in committing a mass shooting. Police and FBI agents seized […]

  • Nearly century old school closing its doors

    KENSINGTON- Parents and students of the Mooreland Hill School, in Kensington, which is an an independent school, that has been educating students for 90 years, received a shock Wednesday. The school announced that it would be closing effective August 31 due to financial reasons. The Mooreland Hill School had 30 students registered for the coming school year. But, they decided this week, the bell had wrong for the last time. Founders and Trustees of the school, which educated students between kindergarten […]

  • New Haven’s 9th Square District the latest economic win

    NEW HAVEN – Connecting neighborhoods to downtown New Haven has been a mission of Mayor Toni Harp’s administration and another example of that played out this morning. New development in New Haven’s historic 9th Square District, which was part of America’s first city grid, will soon help connect downtown to the Hill and Wooster Square neighborhoods. “We’re looking at 700 new residential units coming on the market and $150 million to $200 million of investment overall,” said Michael Piscitelli of New Haven Economic Development. Two vacant […]

  • As search for the shooter intensifies, New Haven fatal shooting victim identified

    NEW HAVEN – While the search has intensified for the man police believe is responsible for shooting a New Haven police captain and killing another man, the identity of the victim who died has been released 46-year-old Troy Clark, of West Haven, died after he was shot in the area of Henry Street and Dixwell Avenue in New Haven Monday night just before 9:30. Police have released no further information on this victim, who had no criminal convictions or outstanding […]

  • New Haven police captain ‘resting comfortably’ after being shot multiple times

    NEW HAVEN — August 12, 2019 will be a day New Haven Police Captain Anthony Duff will not soon forget. Just prior to 9:30 Monday night, Duff, who was off duty, radioed that trouble was brewing. “Dixwell and Henry, signal 49 in progress, black male dressed in all black, give me some units,” said New Haven Police Captain Anthony Duff. Signal 49 meaning a shooting in progress. Sources said Duff either stumbled upon the shooting in progress or was tipped […]

  • Orange man, alleged to have made a threatening social media post, goes before judge

    NEW HAVEN – A man arrested for a social media post appeared before a New Haven judge Monday. According to his arrest warrant affidavit, his wife told police he’s very opinionated and sometimes “really stupid.” 53-year-old Jeffrey Hanson, of Orange, told police, according to his arrest warrant, he had no intention of hurting anyone when he made a threatening social media post last week. “Mr. Hanson, you’ve been charged with breach of peace in the second degree,” said Judge Denise […]

  • Fotis Dulos appears in court; some seized items to be returned

    STAMFORD — For the first time in two months, Fotis Dulos, whose estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, has been missing since May 24, was back in court. Friday’s hearing before Judge John Blawie at Stamford Superior Court, was to address numerous motions filed by both the defense and the State of Connecticut. One of the motions: a gag order that Stamford Norwalk State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo, Jr. requested by placed all parties involved in the case. But, Fotis Dulos’ attorney, Norm […]

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