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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
  • Police investigating over 30 overdose cases in New Haven; 1 person arrested

    NEW HAVEN — The DEA is taking part in the investigation of how 34 patients ended up hospitals for overdose related illnesses in New Haven Wednesday. The majority of cases are centered on the New Haven Green, adjacent to Yale University. In addition to the 34 hospitalized patients, five additional victims refused treatment and three were taken to hospital Tuesday night, bringing the total of overdose victims to 39. The call came in around 8 a.m. Brian Boyle, the Special […]

  • Seymour police continue investigation of former high school football coach

    SEYMOUR —  An investigation of the Seymour High School football program, which police have been involved in for nearly three months, is still a complete mystery. Neither police nor the school system are talking, but one thing is certain: a Seymour High School librarian, who was Seymour’s very successful head football coach, is still on administrative leave. Multiple sources tell FOX61 that the investigation centers on former head coach Tom Lennon’s dealings with players some years ago and that the […]

  • Are you eligible to vote in Tuesday’s primary?

    HARTFORD — The list of candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and other statewide offices will be whittled down on Tuesday, which is primary election day. And all candidates are trying to earn every vote possible. “Hey Valerie, this is Erin Stewart calling,” said the New Britain Mayor, who is angling for the Republican nomination for Lt. Gov. on a phone call to a registered Republican. New Britain’s 31 year old Mayor has been in office for nearly five years. “I […]

  • Police looking for Honda in shooting of Stratford teen

    STRATFORD — Stratford police said they have a description of car they think is involved in the shooting involving a teen near a popular Low Park. Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, police were called to basketball courts on Woodend Road near Leeward Drive for a shooting. Official say several kids are playing basketball when a vehicle pulled up and started to shoot. The victim, a 16-year-old, was shot in the chest and brought to Bridgeport Hospital where he is in good […]

  • Puerto Rican evacuees, Blumenthal demand better housing benefits

    HAMDEN — Tuesday morning, a family displaced by the devastation left by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico spoke up about their struggles since moving to Connecticut. And as it turns out, they are not alone. For nearly a year, Ana Garcia and her family, forced out of Puerto Rico by Hurricane Maria, have been living as virtual nomads in the New Haven area. “This is our fifth home since we came from the hurricane,” she said of the Hamden residence […]

  • Two children hit by car on New Haven’s Howard Ave.

    NEW HAVEN – Residents in one New Haven neighborhood are calling for a traffic light and speed bumps to be installed on a portion of Howard Avenue where two children were hit by a car Monday morning. Residents living near the intersection of Howard Ave. and First St. say kids from a nearby daycare cross this intersection every day without incident, until Monday. Police said the woman who hit two children with her Subaru wagon was issued an infraction for failure to yield to […]

  • Feds say Guilford mover is part of a nationwide scam

    GUILFORD —  A federal grand jury has charged a dozen individuals in an alleged nationwide moving scam and one of the moving companies cited is a Guilford mover. In June, Flagship Van Lines, of Guilford, quoted a California woman $3,100 to move her to Reno, Nevada. Then, in a second phone conversation the day before the move? “We did an actual box count and then the price went from $3,100 to $3,800,” said Susan Hansen, now a resident of Reno, NV. […]

  • Haddam selectwoman: ‘This town’s fascist and racist’

    HADDAM — Haddam Selectwoman Melissa Schlag, who has caught major flak for taking a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance at board meetings, is making headlines again. And it was a short statement that is garnering plenty of response in that Connecticut River community. What Schlag said was captured on a cell phone. The video was sent to FOX61 by an anonymous viewer. On Monday night, while speaking to a friend, at the Board of Selectmen meeting, Schlag, was recorded […]

  • East Haven man injured by fireworks at vacant school, now stable; 911 tapes released

    EAST HAVEN – The man severely injured by a firework Monday afternoon, continues to recover in a hospital. The explosion which occurred outside of a former East Haven elementary school Monday afternoon, resulted in serious injuries to the left hand of James Bassett, 29, of East Haven, who was supervising a crew cleaning up the grounds of the former DC Moore School. Following what was a several hour surgery, Bassett was listed in stable condition Tuesday afternoon, according to East […]

  • East Haven explosion at vacant school injures one

    EAST HAVEN — An explosion outside of a former East Haven elementary school Monday afternoon seriously injured a seasonal employee. Just after 1 p.m., police were called to the former DC Moore Elementary School, which has been closed for a couple of years. A 29-year-old male suffered serious injuries to both hands and his abdomen as a result of the explosion, police believe it was caused by some sort of firework. East Haven Mayor, Joseph Maturo said the injured man is a […]